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2007 (57 Reg)
- 18,000 kg GVW
- Day cab
Warranty, CD Player, Air bags, Adjustable steering wheel, ABS, Tail lift, Tachograph – Digital, One owner, Insulated, FSH,
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Today both roadworthy and overloaded vehicles have to be inspected at the stations. Since this is a random process, a driver can run the risk of being stopped for inspection several times a day. Photo: SINTEF
Heavy goods vehicles on Norwegian roads will soon be checked and weighed automatically while on the road. Advanced sensors installed in the road surface, combined with number plate recognition systems, will enable the detection of far more incorrectly loaded trailers than is the case today. This lies at the heart of a joint Norwegian project involving researchers, the regulatory authorities and the road haulage industry.
At present, drivers are responsible for ensuring that trailers are loaded correctly in compliance with their vehicles’ technical specifications. But some organisations take chances and overload vehicles, thus creating a need for inspections. If heavy goods vehicles and their trailers are incorrectly loaded, or the loads incorrectly distributed, they may constitute a traffic hazard and damage road surfaces.
Drawbacks and wasted time
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) has overall responsibility for checking that vehicles meet the requirements set out in the Norwegian statutory regulations governing technical requirements for motor vehicles (kj ret yforskriften), both in relation to roadworthiness and the loads they carry. Weight checks require that trailers must drive into an inspection station.
“Current practice has many drawbacks”, says Terje Moen at SINTEF. “Both roadworthy and overloaded vehicles have to be inspected at the stations. Since this is a random process1, a driver can run the risk of being stopped for inspection several times a day”, he says. According to the Norwegian Hauliers’ Association, this can happen up to 13 times a day! This is a waste of valuable time. The problem is that the inspection process is poorly targeted. Most vehicles stopped are correctly loaded, while many overloaded vehicles avoid the checks. Thus the risk of being caught is low.
SINTEF is heading the NPRA-commissioned project called NonStop. Other partners involved are the Norwegian Hauliers’ Association and the Oslo firm Ciber AS. The aim of the project, now half-way to completion, is to make commercial road haulage more efficient by ensuring that only incorrectly loaded vehicles are stopped for inspection.
The technology used involves a Weigh-in-Motion (WIM) sensor system which measures the weight of the vehicle using a special cable countersunk into the road surface2. The sensor in the cable utilises so-called PIEZO technology. The cable generates an electrical voltage when subjected to pressure, and in this way can record the weight of a vehicle passing over it. The information is then sent to a computer.
“This technology is well established”, says Moen. “However, it must be adapted and assembled to ensure optimal application and function”, he says.
Getting the right vehicle
The project will employ automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology to read vehicle number plates. The number plate can then be searched for in public registers where specifications such as a vehicle’s permitted load will be entered. Measured weight, data from public registers, the provisions of the statutory regulations governing technical requirements for motor vehicles (kj ret yforskriften), and the day-to-day practical expertise of the NPRA inspectors are then built into a decision support system. This system aims to help inspectors select candidates for checking.
“It will also be possible to link the system to data transmitted from the vehicle itself”, says Moen. “A modern vehicle is installed with a “brain” which can measure how far it has travelled, its weight and the duration of stops it has taken along a given section of route”, he says. “It is this aspect which makes the project unique in a global context”, says Moen.
One of the most important benefits is that the system will promote a level competitive playing field in the road haulage industry. Those attempting to cheat by driving overloaded vehicles will be caught, while the others will be allowed to pass. By weeding out overloaded vehicles we will improve traffic safety. “The system will have an instructive function by making it financially disadvantageous to cheat”, says Terje Moen.
Researchers believe that the new system will also bring considerable environmental benefits. It is simply good economics to keep the traffic flowing.
“A vehicle weighing 50 tonnes which is stopped for no good reason wastes a lot of fuel accelerating to regain its normal speed”, says Moen, “And the asphalt is worn away unnecessarily by vehicle overloading “, he says. Road resurfacing also represents an environmental problem.
Despite the global slowdown, China managed to show impressive growth in its logistics and freight transport infrastructure in 2009, according to the China Logistics Development Report 2010. This is a beacon of hope in a freight forwarding industry that has faced challenging times recently due to the difficult economic conditions worldwide. In particular, China has suffered from a decline in demand for Chinese imports in the United States, Europe and Japan. However, the long term prospects for China and international freight transport look promising, when seen as part of a long term trend and in the light of current levels of investment in freight services infrastructure. miamimulticargo.com1 These improvements will be especially significant for the areas of China that are most dependent on markets for China imports, such as Shanghai and the Pearl River Delta, which includes China s second largest port at Shenzhen.The improvements also include items such as a reduction in inter-provincial tolls.
BELLEVUE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DAF Trucks (Nasdaq:PCAR) launched the new PACCAR MX-11 Euro 6 engine in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The MX-11 engine will be available in DAF’s Euro 6 CF and XF vehicles and is scheduled to begin European production in the fall of 2013. It is planned for the PACCAR MX-11 engine to be available in Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks in 2015. The new PACCAR MX-11 engine delivers excellent fuel efficiency and reliability, while contributing to a quiet, optimized driver environment, said Harrie Schippers, DAF president. The new PACCAR MX-11 engine delivers excellent fuel efficiency and reliability, while contributing to a quiet, optimized driver environment The PACCAR MX-11 engine is a 10.8-liter, six-cylinder, in-line engine with power outputs of 290 hp to 440 hp and a torque range up to 1,550 lb-ft. The MX-11 engine is a double overhead camshaft design and features a compact graphite iron (CGI) engine block and cylinder head for long-lasting durability. The PACCAR MX-11 engine incorporates a high pressure common rail fuel injection system, a turbo charger with variable geometry and innovative technologies to maximize efficiency, including encapsulated wiring harnesses and advanced engine management systems.
PACCAR is a global technology leader in the design, manufacture and customer support of high-quality light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks under the Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF nameplates. PACCAR also designs and manufactures advanced diesel engines, provides financial services and information technology, and distributes truck parts related to its principal business. PACCAR shares are traded on the Nasdaq Global Select market, symbol PCAR, and its homepage is www.paccar.com2.
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The tender is for a freight forwarding contract in South Sudan in various places
They will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Forwarding Department; the overall objective is timely, effective and profitable handling of all cargo.The Forwarding Supervisor is the primary contact person for the majority of all critical day-to-day operational issues.
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The company started production of automobiles back in 1928 when the company was founded by Hubert Hub Van Doorne and his partner Huenges. The truck business started off as a small car business and soon expanded into a large workshop by the end of 1940.
The tragic destruction of Second World War, and the world s focus upon military endeavours in this period left the world with a reduced number of luxury vehicles. This is where DAF started to make its mark, initially creating luxury vehicles in the post-war period. From 1949 onwards, Van Doorne started to create trucks, with the first model being the DAF A30.
In 1975, DAF sold it s remaining car interests to Volvo, and began focussing solely on it s more successful truck range.
It was in 1987 that DAF started to expand its truck division. In 1987, DAF bought Leyland Trucks and finally came into existence on the Dutch stock exchange. Subsequently in 1987, the 95 series was released, winning DAF the International Truck1 of the Year award in 1988. In 1991, DAF started to sell trucks with more powerful engines, starting from 330 Bhp, going all the way to 430 Bhp, and was the first company to introduce a turbocharged diesel engine into their trucks, which was quite an advancement for trucks as additional power in such large vehicles is quite desirable.
In 1990, the bus division of DAF (DAF Bus) split from the company and became a part of United Bus. In 1994, DAF started creating some of the longest haul trucks in the market. These long haul vehicles quickly became a favourite in the haulage world.
Unfortunately, the company went bankrupt and DAF NV was no more. Fortunately, DAF Trucks soon emerged and since 1993, the company has continued it s tfru ck building activities, with several successful models built and released.
DAF also developed a range of cars during the 1950s, 60s and 70s, some using an innovative continuously variable transmission , the first of its kind, rather than a more traditional geared transmission. This kind of transmission effectively allowed for an infinite number of gear ratios, and offered both better theoretical fuel economy and engine performance, and also acted as a kind of primitive slip differential in corners, although the limitations of technology at the time mean that the CVT was only suitable for use with small engines. Despite its potential advantages the continuously variable transmission has since seen little widespread use outside of some automatic cars.
DAF released several cars during the 1950-1970s period, leading to Volvo gaining a large stake in DAF in the 1970s. Volvo re-released the DAF 66 as the Volvo 66, with only some minor adjustments.
While DAF s car range was only limited, they made a very large number of prototypes, particularly for such a small company, and some of these prototypes, such as the DAF 77, later went on to become famous vehicles under different names, with the DAF 77 ultimately becoming the Volvo 343.
Over the years DAF have produced a large range of successful trucks, eventually introducing a new cab style in the 1980s, which has persisted to this day.
In recent years, DAF Trucks have produced 3 different truck models. These include the DAF CF, XF and LF series.
The right hand drive DAF CF models are assembled in the UK at Leyland Trucks. These trucks are simple and provide truck owners with everything they need to get going.
The DAF XF models are truly great mid-range truck models that offer both hauling power and luxury. This is one of the most successful truck series to ever hit the road. In fact, the XF 105 even won the International Truck of the Year award in 2007.
The series was so successful that the DAF XF 95 series has even been used in the military. The XF95 Tropco Tractor is even used by the Canadian Forces Land Force Command to transport tanks from base to base.
The DAF LF models are some of the best trucks ever made. These trucks go toe to toe with some of the best trucks in the industry, even the hybrid LF45. In 2002, the LF series won the International Truck of the Year.
DAF has also participated in a number of truck racing competitions from the 1980s up to the 2000s, winning several races, and placing well in numerous other races too.
Buying DAF Trucks
Thanks in part to their reliability and flexibility, DAF trucks are widespread and available across the world, and there are a great many places online and offline where you will find DAF trucks for sale, sadly the DAF car models are now rarities and almost entirely a collector s interest.