The conference will feature presentations from over 20 winter maintenance experts, delivering the very best in extreme weather practical case studies, debates, technical sessions and provide you with an update on the recently published winter maintenance guidelines.
Managing salt stocks is an all-year-round issue for highway managers, especially after a mild winter. Alan Sheen, director of Eurodome Ltd, highlights a recent incident that operators of timber storage domes should take note of.
Richard Hayes, chief executive of the Institute of Highway Engineers, answers a call for help from a member of the public on the hazards of taking your vehicle through what may turn out to be very deep water.
The May 2019 issue of Highways magazine features an exciting preview of Cold Comfort 2019, including the event floorplan, insights into winter service, collaboration and how technology is driving change on the network.
Exactrak is excited to be exhibiting on Stand A03 at Cold Comfort for yet another year! Each year the conference brings unmissable insight and best practice into the winter service sector and 2019 is no different.
Dublin Airport has taken delivery of 27 new KL-V wedge snowploughs from Aebi Schmidt to help prepare the airport for the rigours of this winter following its experience last winter when the infamous ‘Beast from the East’ produced some of the worst weather conditions in living memory.
With icy weather set to hit the UK later this week and into next week, and temperatures forecast to be well below zero, Transport Network – publishers of Highways and Smart Highways magazines and a leading highways and transport event company – has reviewed the nation’s readiness for all that winter has to throw at it.
Highways reports from the National Winter Service Research Group’s (NWSRG) workshop on forthcoming changes to its guidance. The NWSRG’s workshop took place on the outskirts of Exeter on a mild day in September, six months after Devon was heavily hit by snowfall as the Beast from the East’s cold air hit the damp air of Storm Emma.