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Who we are

Aztec Media Services Ltd is a Surrey, UK-based publishing and communications organisation, specialising in road transport and engineering.

What we do

We deliver top-quality publishing and communications services including research, writing, editing, design, production, publishing management, advertisement design and sales. We specialise in reports and magazines (online and printed) focused on European and global transport and engineering, and have close links with other publications distributed worldwide.

Our multi-award-winning monthly online magazine, Commercial Vehicle Engineer, offers a unique combination of news, analysis and independent, hard-hitting comment on the commercial vehicle market and aftermarket. It is aimed in particular at road transport engineers and fleet managers in UK-based fleets of trucks, light commercial vehicles, buses and coaches but is well-read by commercial vehicle engineers worldwide.

The CV Engineer app for Apple and Android tablets and smartpones, sponsored by DAF Trucks, is free to download. 

 

JULY 2018 CV ENGINEER

 

A welter of recent launches of all-electric trucks from mainstream manufacturers including Daf Trucks, Daimler, Volvo Trucks, Renault Trucks and MAN could easily create the impression that diesel engines and the familiar automated-manual or fully automatic transmissions through which they drive are on their way out. But this is far from the truth. Truck and bus operators are now faced with a bewildering array of driveline options, with many more under development. The good news is that the potential for efficiency improvements from wisely chosen driveline specifications is greater than ever.

We’ve been to ZF’s base in Germany to hear about the giant multinational’s latest ideas on self-driving vehicles, from parcel-delivery vans to yard shunters and swap-body drawbar rigs.

People in the news this month include former VOSA boss and “authorised testing facility” architect Stephen Tetlow, quitting as IMechE chief executive in the wake of a bitter row over a training firm and the institute’s governance.

Commercial Vehicle Engineer’s own news this month is that the magazine is now being published by Immediate Network Ltd, an expanding, Surrey-based firm with a stable of respected publications and websites, and plans to take this one to the next level. Watch this space for more news soon of developments that will make CV Engineer even better value for readers and advertisers.

 

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An annual subscription (12 editions) costs only £20 plus vat (£24). Single issue subscriptions are available.

 

For more information on subscription offers and staying in the know with Commercial Vehicle Engineer please call +44 (0)1428 605605 or e-mail: denise@cvengineer.com.

THE JULY 2018 EDITION IS NOW ONLINE, FULL OF EXCLUSIVE, WELL-INFORMED NEWS AND COMMENT ON FLEET MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORT ENGINEERING TOPICS, INCLUDING UNRIVALLED COVERAGE OF THE LATEST NEWS ON PEOPLE AND JOBS. 

 
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