Tag : 2018
The industry’s best suppliers and manufacturers have been named at the prestigious 2018 Van Awards event, which took place today.
Judging comment: “Whether it’s one or hundreds, running a van is a very different proposition to a passenger car. A van is a working tool, designed to fulfil a function. Not only has this ... Read More »
Judging comment: “Specifying standard vans can be hard enough, but overseeing complex conversions, involving several parties, requires a far higher level of transparency and a joined-up approach. Alphabet has created a commercial vehicle build ... Read More »
Judging comment: “For many temperature-controlled van users, payload is king. CoolKit carried out an evaluation of different body structures within the food delivery market and found new methods of construction, with new materials that ... Read More »
Judging comment: “BT Fleet Solutions invested more than £1.6m in its SMR offer last year. It extended its working hours, tripled its repair network, introduced mobile technicians and brought further digitisation to improve efficiency. ... Read More »
Judging comment: “Light Panel Vans are ideal for multi-drop delivery work on congested urban streets thanks to their excellent load capacity-payload-footprint ratio; not to mention fuel efficiency and driveability. Sporting a stylish exterior design ... Read More »
Mercedes-Benz has revealed more details for its third-generation Sprinter, which introduces front-wheel drive and new connectivity options as well as an electric version from 2019.
Used commercial vehicle demand is set to remain strong in 2018, according to experts at Cap HPI, following a fall in new registrations in 2017 for the first time since 2011-12.
Ford’s scrappage scheme for pre-Euro 5 vans and cars is to run into the first quarter of 2018.
2018 should bring a steady year of growth for the van leasing and rental sector, with industry regulation unlikely and continued diesel dominance a strong certainty.