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Regulations, Tanker Design: EN13094 - an operator's dream or a manufacturer's nightmare? Chris Dalton. Petroleum Review September 2004, P. 44-45

A new manufacturing standard - EN13094 - focusing on the safety of road tankers transporting dangerous goods, including petroleum, will be applicable in the UK from 1 July 2005. Although the implementation of this legislation promises to bring better standards of manufacture and more controlled testing of safety measures to the operator, there is a downside - it will also cost more money. Chris Dalton, Managing Director of Heil Trailer International in the UK, explains why.

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