Category : News
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme’s (FORS) second members’ conference will focus on ‘legal, contractual and FORS compliance’ and encourage delegates to review how their business tackles compliance issues.
Delivery customers can now ‘self-serve’ order information to access real-time updates on tracking and ETA notifications with new Website Widgets from Maxoptra.
Admiral Insurance has signed up National Windscreen Services (NWS) to provide automotive glazing services for its van book of business on an exclusive basis.
Series produced Fuso eCanter is the first electrically powered light truck to be equipped with CCS rapid charging technology.
Vehicle graphics specialist RGVA has created a free guide to vinyl wrapping that it says could help save businesses thousands of pounds.
Volkswagen’s Transporter van is now available in a new ‘Edition’ trim level for both panel and kombi.
Renault has introduced its Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) automatic transmission to the Kangoo range.
Fuel card provider UK Fuels has expanded its UK Fuels network to cover more than 2,250 sites – up by more than 10% in the last 18 months.
Intelligent Telematics has released a number of recent videos to demonstrate how footage from its connected camera solutions is helping companies defend against claims and help prove liability.
Van traffic on Great Britain’s roads has continued to rise over the last year with the increase credited to rising online deliveries.
Coffee roasting and solutions provider, Pelican Rouge, has taken delivery of 62 Volkswagen Crafter vans.
Provision, which specialises in vehicle camera and tracking solutions, has launched a free Fleet Risk Assessment Tool to help fleets rate their level of compliance, safety and reporting risk.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has launched its logistics awards intended to recognise industry excellence and leadership.
Europcar UK has added 170 new Volkswagen Crafter panel vans to its commercial fleet.
Isle of Wight-based firm The Tomato Stall is expanding its deliveries across the country using dynamic route planning and scheduling software from Maxoptra.
Accountancy firm RSM is warning that double cab pick-ups could face increased taxes following a recent tribunal decision.
Demand and prices for used 3.5-tonne panel vans are already showing signs of increase as the delivery market ramps up for the festive season.
The first-ever issue of Van Fleet World iD digital magazine has gone live, delivering everything that decision-makers need to run essential van fleets.
Government air quality plans as well as other current and future issues affecting the commercial vehicle market are to come under focus at the September meeting of the Vehicle Remarketing Association.