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Keltruck completes restoration of Ball Trucking’s classic Scania Streamline in time for Christmas

December 12th, 2017|Accident Repair, Aftersales, Customer, News, Refurbishment, Scania|

Bodyshop expertise demonstrated with year-long project Keltruck, the ...

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Keltruck have supplied this #Scania tipper to Oakfield Plant & Transport Limited ...

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#OTD 2015 Chris Kelly MP #DudleySouth asks his final PMQ in the @HouseofCommons before his retirement from @UKParliament in March 2015, taking the opportunity to highlight @Conservatives action to tackle #MetalTheft.

Read: https://t.co/negrlI30H6 #ScrapMetal


“Autonomous vehicles are a fascinating area to work in and an area which is clearly gaining ground,” says Scania Development Engineer Christoffer Norén. Read more: https://t.co/88E78gtZYO

With more than 300,000 connected vehicles throughout the world, Scania systematically leverages data on vehicle and driver performance to help customers’ operations to be more efficient. Read more: #connectedvehicles #transport https://t.co/eKf01ZGi8H

Got to admit that it's growing on me plus it looks a lot better than some other low entry cabs on the market #scania #urbanscania @KeltruckLtd @ScaniaGroup @ScaniaUK

“Our residents and visitors will notice the change and will be more inclined to opt for public transport,” says the Vice-Mayor of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, Linas Kvedaravičius. Read more: https://t.co/zaP7TP1bc3

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