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On her new job at DVSA she says: “The work our enforcement staff do, from fraud investigations to roadside checks, has a real, tangible effect on road safety.

I can’t wait to get stuck in.” An engineer who played a central role in development of the innovative side-curtain airbag fitted to the latest Scania truck range has won a top European award for his work on enhancing commercial vehicle safety.

He was chief engineer in the REME (Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers) Regiment 21 workshop between 20 then manager of the British Army’s logistic and engineering operations for a couple of years before moving to the Australian Defence Force’s logistics operations division.

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Fredrich Claezon was presented this month with the 2017 European Commercial Vehicle Safety Award, in an annual scheme run jointly by the European Association for Accident Research and Accident Analysis (EVU), based in Graz, Austria; DEKRA, a big pan-European vehicle inspection company based in Berlin; and Germany’s Road Traffic Safety Council (DVR).“Fredrich Claezon receives the honour for his outstanding engineering services in the field of electronics, which have helped significantly to enhance the active and passive safety of commercial vehicles,” said EVU council member Egon-Christian von Glasner at the DEKRA conference in Berlin where the award was presented.

A restructure of Krone’s UK trailer sales organisation seems nearly complete following last month’s appointment of Allan Mc Kee as an area sales manager.

“These ranged from military offences, like fighting and drunkenness, to low-level civil offences, like assault and theft.

I also provided day-to-day policing advice to the wider army and managed my soldiers through lots of different activities.” Countries to which Ms Murray-Ross was posted during her army career include Germany, Canada, Australia, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Gavin Summers, senior fleet engineer at Malcolm Logistics, and Sandra Stewart of David Burns Haulage are among the 19 award-winners presented with their trophies in Glasgow this month at the culmination of the 24th annual Scottish Rewards scheme run by , a leading monthly transport magazine based in Scotland.

Mr Summers is winner of the “Scottish fleet engineer of the year 2018” category, sponsored by Outreach of Falkirk.

As the only not-for-profit organisation in our sector (run by a membership that embraces not only training companies but also manufacturers of fork-lift trucks and end-user companies that own and operate the equipment) AITT has a unique perspective on all aspects of training.

I believe this has been a key factor in sustaining and ever-expanding membership and gaining an unparalleled reputation in our industry.”To apply for the post, write (including cv) to the chairman, AITT, Unit 4, Grange Farm Business Park, Grange Road, Hugglescote, Leicestershire LE67 2BT. NOVEMBER 2017 The government’s Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has a new head of enforcement, following the departure of Andy King.

The full story on all the 2018 Scottish Rewards winners will be in the January 2018 issue of , published within the next couple of weeks. OCTOBER 2017 A new chief executive has been appointed at the Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS), the Solihull, West Midlands-based trade association with a membership reckoned to include about 80 per cent of all oil distribution companies in the UK and Irish Republic.

He is Guy Pulham, at present retail business manager at the UK marketing division of Phillips 66, an American multinational energy company based in Texas.

The award for “Scotland’s top tipper operator”, sponsored by Hyva, has gone to J&M Murdoch & Son of Glasgow.

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