Until hydrogen power becomes more of a reality and less of an aspiration, there are other ways and means to save money on the operation of terminal tractors and trailers.
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Anthony Woolich examines how a new EU directive could lay bare port tender processes
Capacity of Texas is powering ahead with five alternative fuel routes for its Trailer Jockey terminal tractor line.
US manufacturer of terminal trailers, Capacity of Texas has increased the size of its standard 50 gallon step fuel tanks from 6in to 10in and now offers a seatbelt light option,where a top of the cab light indicates if the operator has their seatbelt engaged.
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