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Collett introduces LoCity Driving course

UK-based Training4Transport, a division of Collett Holdings, has introduced a certificate of professional competence (CPC) course designed to give drivers an insight into ways to reduce fuel use and emissions.

The LoCity Driving course will focus on journey planning, vehicle checks and maintenance to reduce emissions; applying fuel-efficient driving techniques; and in-vehicle technologies to improve driving performance.

The course will also look at the value of vehicle design and technology, as well as alternative cleaner fuels that are available for commercial vehicles.

Collett & Sons first launched its standalone training team in 2015 for its own employees. This subsequently developed into the Training4Transport (T4T) brand as the centre started to incorporate third-party training at its accredited facilities in Halifax. 

Now, T4T offers a number of transport qualifications designed specifically for the heavy transport and heavy haulage sectors.

www.training4transport.com

www.collett.co.uk

 

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Bilbao gains Norwegian connection

October 22 - Finnlines, part of the Grimaldi Group, has added a port call in Norway to its Biscay service between Bilbao, Spain and St. Petersburg, Russia. 
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Scot Explorer launched in Hoogezand

October 22 - Scotline Marine Holdings’ 4,800 dwt vessel Scot Explorer has been christened and launched at the Royal Bodewes Shipyard in Hoogezand, the Netherlands.
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Wangfoong rescue on track

October 22 - Wangfoong Transportation has been involved in a complex salvage operation in Hong Kong, where it helped to recover three derailed trains.
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ZPMC delivers for Hutchison Port Sohar

October 22 - ZPMC’s heavy lift vessel Zhen Hua 19 has delivered two remote-controlled quay cranes and six rubber-tyred gantry cranes to Hutchison Port Sohar’s terminal in Oman.
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