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Case Study 116

Clive works for a busy food distribution company as a shunter. His role involves reversing trailers onto the loading bays and carrying out trailer swaps within the yard.

His shift starts at 10:00 pm and finishes at 06:00 am.

Clive does not leave the depot during this time.


There is a mix of vehicles on-site from rigid 12,500kg trucks through to 40,000kg semi-trailers which are moved with a specially designed shunting vehicle called a ‘tug.’

The tug is easy to enter and exit and has only two airline connections, making it ideal for moving trailers quickly around the yard.