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26 03, 2021

Keltruck flies the flag to say thank you to our NHS & all UK keyworkers

2021-04-08T21:26:42+01:00March 26th, 2021|Chris D. Kelly, Keltruck News, News, Pandemic|

Keltruck, the largest independently owned Scania Distributor in Europe, has raised the union flag at head office on junction 1, M5 (West Bromwich).

Commenting company chairman,

22 09, 2020

DVSA highlights the danger of defective aftermarket truck brake drums

2021-05-01T11:49:15+01:00September 22nd, 2020|Aftersales, News, Safety, Scania|

On 18 September 2020, the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency issued a warning about seriously defective aftermarket truck brake drums, …

9 08, 2019

Keltruck completes restoration of Scania R142 V8 in Westmid livery

2021-02-06T17:55:43+00:00August 9th, 2019|Aftersales, Classic Scania Trucks, News, Paintshops, Refurbishment, Scania|

Bodyshop expertise demonstrated once again in another extensive restoration project

Westmid was the company of Keltruck’s founder Chris Kelly prior to founding Keltruck in 1983.

The …

12 12, 2017

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

2021-02-26T17:32:25+00:00December 12th, 2017|Aftersales, Classic Scania Trucks, Customers, News, Paintshops, Refurbishment, Scania|

Bodyshop expertise demonstrated with year-long project

Keltruck, the largest independent Scania Distributor in Europe, has completely restored a vintage Scania vehicle at its accident repair centre (bodyshop) in West Bromwich.

Keltruck …

1 09, 2015

New single telephone number for Scania Driver Training Services and Scania OnBoard

2020-07-12T12:26:15+01:00September 1st, 2015|News, Scania, Training|

Scania Driver Training Services and Scania OnBoard, Scania’s telematics service, both of which are delivered nationwide by the Scania Optimise Services team, can now be contacted via a single, centralised …

10 11, 2012

Department for Transport consults on raising single carriageway A-road LGV speed limits

2020-11-09T21:43:24+00:00November 10th, 2012|Commercial Motor & Motor Transport, News|

Plans to increase the speed limit of LGVs to 50mph on single carriageway A-roads have been revealed by the government.

A consultation on the proposals runs …

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