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June 1st, 2017


After partners: trends in trucks from Dubai Automechanika

PMV Middle East returns from Automechanika Dubai 2017 to report on what commercial vehicles exhibitors made of the show, what products they introduced and what opportunities they see

Local ambition: Muscat's Mahmoud Al Darii and his Iveco fleet

Mahmoud Al Darii, the managing director of Dant Najd, his own Muscat-based transport company, explains how the support of Iveco and its local partners in trying times won his allegiance

Japan time: curtailing downtime with UD's medium-duty Croner

PMV Middle East heads to Dubai Autodrome to witness UD Trucks unveil the UD Croner, a medium-duty truck platform tailored to the Middle East and emerging markets

Power by decree: Dubai ruler mandates on back-up power

A temporary blackout at Dubai Mall reinforces the understanding that no major project can afford to be without a reliable back-up power system, while the intervention of Dubai’s ruler on the matter is music to the industry’s ears

On-site success: recent deals and developments in plant

PMV Middle East takes a look back at developments in on-site plant, looking at the significant trends currently underway the light tower segment, and the major projects and orders for generators sets

Power player: Atlas Copco, with Flow, on its rental generators

Atlas Copco Portable Energy discusses the utility and applications of its QAS and QAC generator sets, and shares the perspectives of Flow Air + Power Solutions, as customer in the rental segment

Rental Power: a closer look at trends in on-site equipment

PMV Middle East delves deeper into the the product specifications making rental operater in the power and on-site plant equipment, where fierce competition is driving innovation and creativity

Playing catch up: the numbered days of second-hand imports

Fleet operators in the Gulf have had a good run in the medium-duty segment, enjoying relaxed regulations and plentiful second-hand imports from Europe, but the days of these unorthodox practices are looking increasingly numbered

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