cJust in time for the coming winter season, two new 5m3 Stratos spreaders from Nido will be going to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam (NL). The spreaders are built on MAN vehicles. Final adjustments and the […]
The UK is braced for more freezing weather conditions next week with a cold front from Siberia set to bring ‘bitingly’ cold temperatures and more snow. One leading gritting manufacturer that should be ready for […]
With an area covering 4,200square miles, the largest municipal area managed by any council in Europe and including all different types of imposing and challenging terrain, Highland Council has a mammoth winter maintenance task. This […]
1,200 employees at Rijkswaterstaat in the Netherlands provide safe roads in winter. Around 900 winter maintenance vehicles, including numerous Nido units.
5 Schmidt Stratos D12L-17 VCL-280 dual chamber spreaders were delivered to the city of Sankt Gallen last week by our partner Larag AG . With 675 meters above sea level, Sankt Gallen with about 80,000 […]
The Autostrada trade fair in Kielce, Poland attracted more than 14,000 visitors. 418 companies from 20 countries presented cutting-edge technologies at the international trade fair for road construction. The appearance at the trade fair was […]
It weighs 26 tons, holds thousands of liters of salt or brine and should quickly clear the carriageway of the A7 between Hamburg and Bordesholm in Germany: the winter-service vehicle of highway maintenance service. It is always in use, when there are difficult conditions on the roads: rain or shine, snow and flash freeze, drivers must have their car fully under control anytime. So the drivers completed a special driver training – end of September at 21 degrees.
Residents of Flintshire, in North Wales, can rest assured that their local authority, Flintshire County Council, is well prepared to deal with icy conditions on the roads this season.
Since end of March an Aebi VT450 Vario is in use in the city of Felsberg in the Canton Grisons in Switzerland. Following the motto “7 in one swoop” the conversion artist provides real value in summer and winter maintenance.
“Good luck” (the German miners’ greeting) echoes through the halls of the Schönfeld Road Maintenance Depot in the Ore Mountains early in the morning. The thermometer reads -21 °C as the first few sun rays appear above Saxony’s highest mountain, the Fichtelberg. About 30 staff members at the Schönfeld Road Maintenance Depot take care of the roads – in both summer and winter. As soon as the first snow falls, things get particularly turbulent for the road surveyors. Then it’s time to harness the ploughs and load de-icing salt.