Acklea introduces UK’s first plastic traffic management electric vehicle with Ringway

Traffic management vehicle specialist Acklea has introduced a zero-emission electric-powered model to extend its range of recyclable plastic-bodied 7.2t commercial vehicles. It is the UK’s first electric traffic management vehicle of this size. Created especially for highway service provider Ringway, part of Eurovia, for use in London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (Ulez), this new battery […]

Motormax design ‘pioneering’ safety solution for Ringway Jacobs traffic management fleet

Leading vehicle safety solutions provider and CLOCS Champion, Motormax has announced its recent collaboration with highway service provider Ringway Jacobs and traffic management vehicle specialist Acklea. Motormax’s solution – the first of its kind – meant Ringway Jacobs traffic management vehicle met the high safety standards required and could be commissioned into the fleet. Motormax were tasked with designing […]

Acklea and Moshon Data team up to improve highway safety with RadViz radar reflector

Traffic management vehicle specialist Acklea has partnered with automatic emergency braking experts Moshon Data to become the sole distributor of the Moshon RadViz in the UK. Crash prevention device RadViz is a radar reflector that helps to make non-standard vehicles, such as traffic management units, more visible to Automatic Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS). These systems […]

Acklea “ramps up sustainability” with 7.2t recyclable plastic Traffic Management Vehicles

Traffic management vehicle company Acklea has announced it’s increasing production of its plastic-bodied 7.2 tonne commercial vehicles, saying demand for more lightweight, fuel-efficient and lower-emission vehicles is increasing among highways and infrastructure providers. It says the significantly reduced weight and recyclable body means these trucks use less diesel and are more environmentally-friendly. They are also […]


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