Series produced Fuso eCanter is the first electrically powered light truck to be equipped with CCS rapid charging technology.
Volkswagen’s Transporter van is now available in a new ‘Edition’ trim level for both panel and kombi.
Coffee roasting and solutions provider, Pelican Rouge, has taken delivery of 62 Volkswagen Crafter vans.
Plans for a hydrogen powered fuel cell roof box range-extender have been revealed by ultra-low emission specialist ULEMCo.
Renault has launched Formula Edition versions of the Kangoo, Trafic and Master van range.
The Port of Southampton has had a delivery of 13 electric vans to replace diesel cars and vans previously used by the port.
The freight and logistics sector is suffering a shortage of skilled drivers, according to the latest Freight Transport Association (FTA) Quarterly Transport Activity Survey (QTAS).
JWD, a company specialising in nationwide domestic and commercial removals, as well as offering general haulage and storage services, has added a second 7.5-tonne FUSO Canter to its 13-strong fleet of trucks.
New LCV sales are predicted to reach just 360,000 this year, which for the first time since 2012 are not predicted to top those of the previous year’s registrations – possibly thanks to economic … Read More »
Nearly two-thirds of British-built vans, trucks and buses were exported during the first six months of 2017, with almost all headed to the EU (94.7%), according to the SMMT.
MyRouteMonkey software is now live online and free to use, which the makers claim will banish range anxiety by optimising routes for electric vehicles.
Deutsche Post DHL Group and Ford presented the first of their jointly produced electric delivery vans – or e-van – in Cologne, Germany, called the StreetScooter WORK XL, to complement their pre-existing electric van … Read More »
First pictures of Vauxhall’s two new British-built Vivaro variants have been unveiled ahead of the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show; the Tourer Elite and Combi Plus.
Globally, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles delivered 286,800 vehicles including the T, Caddy, Crafter and Amarok series, representing a 5.3% increase compared to the same period last year.
New research by Arval shows most fleets turn to motor manufacturers for key information covering safety, model specifications and costs, rather than their leasing company.
A five-year contract for the supply of standard and specialist vehicles has been awarded to SHB Hire Ltd by Slough Borough Council.