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Case Study 116

Clive works for a busy food distribution company as a shunter.  His role involves reversing trailers on to the loading bays and carrying out trailer swaps within the yard which he does not leave during his shift.

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


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 which make it ideal for moving trailers quickly around the yard