Citations with the tag: SEDDON Atkins Ltd
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- Brighton's back in-house with Seddon.
// Motor Transport; 5/8/2003, p20
Reports the acquisition of Seddon Atkinson Pacer refuse trucks by Brighton and Hove city Council. Features of the trucks.
- Eurotrakker's reincarnation.
Dixon, Oliver // Commercial Motor; 7/31/2003, Vol. 198 Issue 5039, p16
Reveals that Seddon Atkinson is focusing its efforts on the waste and construction transport sectors which explains why it chose the Chartered Institute of Wastes management show to launch its Strato tractor. Description of the tractor; Power engines and wheelbase measures of the Strato. ...
- No tractors, so Seddon is absent.
Dixon, Oliver // Motor Transport; 3/20/2003, p11
Reports on the absence of tractor manufacturer Seddon Atkinson at the 2003 CV Show commercial vehicle exhibition in England. Background of the tractor business of the company; Reason behind the decision of the company not to participate in the exhibition.
- RETURN OF THE STRATO.
Tuck, Bob // Commercial Motor; 9/16/2004, Vol. 200 Issue 5097, p64
Evaluates the Seddon Atkinson R5 Strato truck. Design of the truck; Weight of the truck; Specifications of the engine; Information on the possible problems of Seddon Atkinson in marketing the R5 Strato.
- Special forces.
Tuck, Bob // Commercial Motor; 5/13/2004, Vol. 199 Issue 5079, Special Section p15
Presents information on various commercial vehicles that will be displayed by Seddon Atkinson at the SED show in Great Britain in May 2004. Focus of the operations of the company; Features of the Strato 8x4 truck; Description of the Strato T6 6x4 tractor.
- A new way to uphold traditions.
Baker, Paddy // Works Management; Nov97, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p42
The article discusses the advantages of Modern Apprenticeships in engineering manufacture, specifically at Seddon Atkinson, Great Britain. Gillian Mcknight, personnel manager at Seddon Atkinson, stated that one reason for the adopting the Modern Apprenticeships was because the company relied on...
- Mixing it in Madrid: Seddon changes tack.
Weatherley, Brian // Commercial Motor; 5/29/2003, Vol. 197 Issue 5030, p14
Reports on the decision of truck company Seddon-Atkinson to drop Cummins-powered mainstream tractors and concentrate on specialist sectors in Great Britain. Details on the product plans of the company; Features of the trucks of the company; Effect on the company's decision on Iveco. INSETS:...
- Seddon keeps things light.
Weatherley, Brian // PMJ: Plant Managers Journal; Jul2003, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p21
Reports on the light-weight machines offered by Iveco subsidiary Seddon Atkinson for the construction and aggregate industries and the waste sector. Description of the vehicles; Information on the marketing of the vehicles; Launch of a Pacer 6x2 mid lift unit.
- In brief.
Weatherley, Brian // Contract Journal; 7/6/2005, Vol. 428 Issue 6532, p17
Presents news briefs on the construction equipment industry in Great Britain as of July 2005. Information on the contract won by Seddon Atkinson for the supply of Euro Movers equipment; Launch of a dipper stick-mounted hydraulic clamp mini excavators by Bobcat; Purchase of Takeuchi TCR 50...
- In brief.
Weatherley, Brian // Contract Journal; 1/28/2004, Vol. 422 Issue 6460, p10
Presents news briefs in the construction industry of Great Britain, as of January 28, 2004. Information on the LT110S track-mounted unit from Metso Minerals; Appointment of two dealers in Seddon Atkinson; Details of the opening of Twolyn Hire Centers fifth depot in Upminster, Essex.
- Seddon faces up to an Iveco future.
Wilcox, David // Motor Transport; 6/17/2004, p8
Focuses on the plan of Seddon Atkinson to switch to Iveco family chassis and drivelines. Reason behind the plan; New models of Seddon trucks for 2006.
- Three-year plan for SA.
Wilcox, David // Commercial Motor; 6/5/2003, Vol. 197 Issue 5031, p20
Reports on the three-year product renewal and investment program unveiled by Iveco for truck manufacturer Seddon Atkinson. Information on the financial problems of Seddon; Actions taken by Iveco to recover its business losses.
- Keeping it in the family.
Wilcox, David // Motor Transport; 11/27/2003, p9
Report on the purchase of a Strato 6x4 tipper by Richards & Osborne through local Seddon Atkinson dealer Pannell Commercials. Statement issued by Mark Richards on the purchase.
- Seddon waves goodbye to the faithful Cummins engine.
Salter, Andy // Commercial Motor; 6/17/2004, Vol. 199 Issue 5084, p14
Reports on the partnership formed by Seddon Atkinson with Iveco Group. Lightweight and municipal trucks to be lunched by Iveco; Debut of the M5 Pacer range of municipal chassis of Seddon Atkinson at the Institute of Waste Management show; Features of the trucks of Seddon.
- 50 years on.
Salter, Andy // Truck & Driver; Aug2006, p66
This article presents various photographs of a selection of Seddon trucks dating back to the 1950s.
- TIP-TOWN STRATO.
Atkinson, Seddon // Truck & Driver; Dec2004, p42
The article focuses on the roadshow of Seddon Atkinson's latest Strato 18-tonner, which has been slated to make a big impact among vehicle lovers. The marketing men at Iveco states that the latest truck to bear the Strato name is worthy of both support and respect. Its three-way tipper enables...
- Strato struts into town.
Atkinson, Seddon // Commercial Motor; 3/25/2004, Vol. 199 Issue 5072, p9
Introduces the Strato rigid range of trucks from Seddon Atkinson. Target sectors of Strato; Weight categories; Engine features; Comments from Kevin Crowther, national sales manager.
- Seddon sets its sights on the municiple market.
Atkinson, Seddon // Motor Transport; 5/29/2003, p9
Announces the decision of general haulage tractor manufacturer Seddon Atkinson to focus its marketing on the municipal and construction markets. Objectives of the decision; Financial problems encountered by the company; Background of the company.
- TECHNICAL NEWS.
Atkinson, Seddon // Motor Transport; 2/5/2004, p8
Presents updates on the trucks used by different companies. Delivery of a 1996 Pacer truck of Seddon Atkinson to Jinja, Uganda; Information on the Lamberet tri-axle refrigerated trailers purchased by Del Monte Fresh Produce; Details of the double-decker trailer supplied by Gray & Adams to...
- SA closer to Iveco.
Atkinson, Seddon // Motor Transport; 2/5/2004, p9
Reports on the plan of Seddon Atkinson to embark on a product replacement strategy which will see the construction and municipal specialist's range receive the latest generation of Iveco Group Cab. Overview of the replacement program.
- SHOW STOPPERS!
Atkinson, Seddon // Commercial Motor; 4/1/2004, Vol. 199 Issue 5073, p46
Features several vehicles showcased at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, England in 2004. Strato rigid range from Seddon Atkinson; Vivaro dropside from Vauxhall; Dyna chassis-cab from Toyota.
- BMC sales leap ahead.
Shiers, Will // Motor Transport; 6/21/2007, p9
The article reports that the closure of Seddon Atkinson has contributed to the sales performance of BMC, according to municipal sales manager Kevin Crowder. BMC has already signed-up 22 former Seddon Atkinson dealers, and is optimistic that it will have between 30 and 35 on board by the end of...
- Seddon Atkinson is back in construction.
Shiers, Will // Contract Journal; 6/4/2003, Vol. 418 Issue 6429, p15
Reports on the construction equipment offered by Seddon Atkinson, a subsidiary of Iveco. Features of the machinery.
- Deals done.
Shiers, Will // Contract Journal; 9/22/2004, Vol. 425 Issue 6494, p19
Presents updates on issues and events related to business deals in Great Britain's construction equipment industry as of September 22, 2004. Purchase of Seddon Atkinson's new R5 Strato chassis by HN Sillifant; Supply of a Raivan MR153 City tower crane to a Cambridgeshire developer by Vanson...
- Plant news.
Cooper, Martin; Sowman, Colin // Contract Journal; 6/16/2004, Vol. 424 Issue 6480, p12
Presents news briefs on the construction equipment industry in Great Britain as of June 16, 2004. Information on the E7 tracked screen system launched by Extec; Action taken by Honda on companies that allegedly selling Honda copy engines; Features of the M5 Pacer municipal chassis introduced by...
- GOING, GOING, GONE.
Tuck, Bob // Commercial Motor; 7/27/2006, Vol. 204 Issue 5188, p48
The article looks at the success and failures of British truck manufacturers Foden and Seddon Atkinson. The sales performance of Seddon Atkinson trucks contributed to the decision to close the business. The 400 Series model from Seddon took a 20% share of the heavy truck market in Great Britain...
- TECHNICAL NEWS.
Tuck, Bob // Motor Transport; 1/29/2004, p9
Presents news briefs on the motor vehicle industry in Great Britain as of January 2004. Information on a law that made retreaded tyres which are not E-marked illegal; Addition of a Relay Ingimex dropside model to CitroÃ«n's Ready to Run specialist body programme; Appointment of Acorn Truck...
- CV SHOW -- TRUCK MANUFACTURERS.
Tuck, Bob // Motor Transport; 3/18/2004, preceding p1
Previews the commercial vehicles that will be featured in the 2004 Commercial Vehicle Show which will be held in Birmingham, England from March 23 to 25, 2004. Features of the grafter that Isuzu Truck will be exhibiting; Details of the vehicle that Seddon Atkinson will be showcasing;...