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• Citroen has released pictures of the Dispatch, its new sub one-tonne panel van. The Dispatch is sister to Fiat's Scudo and Peugeot's Expert, built at the Sevel Nord factory in northern France—on the Continent it is named the Citroen Jumpy. The Dispatch will become available in the Summer.
• Isuzu Truck (UK) will be demonstrating two recovery versions of its light chassis at the AVRO show from 31 May. The vehicles will be equipped by Worldwide Recovery Systems, part of the Lantern Group which has been offering conversions of imported isuzu vehicles for a number of years.
• Chelford, Cheshire haulier James Ham has added 10 MAN 1 8.403FL1 tractive units to its 140-strong fleet.
• Daventry-based Randell Systems has developed a compact, programmable engine speed controller for PT0s.
• Lawrence David is now fitting anodised aluminium front bulkheads as standard to its Traccess curta insider bodies, saving some 40kg.
• TVAC of Leyland has developed a rear air suspension for the Sevel-built Peugeot Boxer and Citroen Relay chassis.
• Bosch is moving into van anti-lock braking and traction control packages via the recent acquisition of Allied Signal Inc's car and ICY brake business.