Issue 42 - Year 2019

Back from Astana and Istanbul, ready for Dubai

The Automechanika Astana (Kazakhstan) and Automechanika Istanbul (Turkey) exhibitions are over. Two geographical areas with very important development potential. The next trade fair event will be in Dubai, again for Automechanika, from 10 to 12 June, our stand will be located in HALL 4 - BOOTH C27.

SABO academy meetings continue

On March 18th, a third academy meeting was held in Alexandria, in collaboration with our client DATACOL and its salesmen. Leonardo Borghi (Italy Sales Director) and Elisa Rossi (Product Manager) told the story of Roberto Nuti group and illustrated the distinctive features of SABO products: the range of products, the production processes and the online catalog were shown. In particular it was explained in detail how to recognize the correct spare part, whether it is an air spring or a shock absorber.
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Mupo on the podium with Michele Pirro

Perfect debut for Michele Pirro and the Ducati Panigale V4 R, equipped with the Mupo CSP30 through-rod cartridge. Pirro conquered his 30th victory with the Barni Racing Team and for the twelfth time he also won the "double win" over the weekend. On the Misano circuit he earned 11 victories out of 15 races and in the ranking Pirro leads the field with 50 points.

WORLD news

Daimler Trucks to acquire Torc Robotics
Daimler Trucks, a division in the Daimler Group, the inventor of the truck and world’s largest manufacturer of heavy and medium trucks, and Torc Robotics, a pioneer in autonomous driving solutions, are joining forces in a one-of-a-kind combination to commercialize highly automated trucks (SAE Level 4) on U.S. roads.
Scania publishes Annual and Sustainability Report 2018
2018 was another year of strong operational performance and a continued focus on contributing to a sustainable future in the ecosystem of transport and logistics. Total vehicle deliveries and service sales reached all-time high levels and Scania’s net sales rose to a record level.

Volvo Trucks driver development

Volvo trucks training overview classroom
Volvo’s training courses are designed to help people make these changes. They teach drivers how to save fuel, drive safely and get the most from a truck.
The courses are carefully designed to teach drivers how they can best utilise the features and services of a truck. They can also help improve industry knowledge. Provide tips on how to handle the vehicle better for increased fuel efficiently. Or drive safer and smarter, increasing productivity.
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