What did ERF stand for?

ERF was a British truck manufacturer established in 1933 by Edwin Richard Foden, from whose initials the company was named.

Are Foden and ERF the same?

Edwin Richard Foden was persuaded to come out of retirement and head the new company, which became known as ERF. In the early 1930s, however, Foden realised that the future was diesel, and changed their production almost immediately, though the production of steam vehicles continued in diminishing numbers until 1934.

Are ERF trucks reliable?

It’s a pity the marque was discontinued, because E.R.F trucks were widely known for their excellent durability and reliability in trucking circles. And this was well before the buyout by MAN, who moved truck production to their factory in Munich, Germany. So yes – E.R.F trucks are reliable.

Who made ERF trucks?

Edwin Richard Foden
ERF’s roots go back to 1856 when Edwin Foden began his career with a small engineering company near Sandbach in Cheshire that would become Foden Trucks. According to the official ERF history, Edwin Foden’s son, Edwin Richard Foden, saw that the future lay in diesel power.

Where are Dennis trucks made?

Production moves to Warwick, Worcester, Blackpool In late 1985 a new 125,000 square foot Dennis Eagle plant on the Heathcote Industrial Estate in Warwick opened, taking over the building of Dennis municipal vehicle chassis and the matching Eagle bodies.

What is AEC in Construction?

Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC)

What is an AEC organization?

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Is Civil 3D part of AEC Collection?

The AEC Collection includes Autodesk’s flagship BIM products, such as Revit, Civil 3D, InfraWorks, and Navisworks, as well as AutoCAD and AutoCAD verticals, and supporting BIM technology.