October 30, 2020

Quoting jobs or doing family favours costs van drivers £14.9bn a year

Quoting jobs or doing family favours costs van drivers £14.9bn a year Quoting jobs or doing family favours costs van drivers £14.9bn a year

Welcoming back the CV Show for 2021

Welcoming back the CV Show for 2021 Welcoming back the CV Show for 2021

Ford announces Transit Connect enhancements

Ford announces Transit Connect enhancements Ford announces Transit Connect enhancements

Businesses to maintain delivery offer after Covid

Businesses to maintain delivery offer after Covid Businesses to maintain delivery offer after Covid

Major survey lifts lid on van sector

Major survey lifts lid on van sector Major survey lifts lid on van sector

Iveco ramps up ready-for-delivery conversions

Iveco ramps up ready-for-delivery conversions Iveco ramps up ready-for-delivery conversions

“This is the most important product for the future of the company”

“This is the  most important product for  the future of  the company” “This is the  most important product for  the future of  the company”

Pioneering charging station will offer technical support

Pioneering charging station will offer technical support Pioneering charging station will offer technical support

Ford unleashes new heavyweight Transit

Ford unleashes new heavyweight Transit Ford unleashes new heavyweight Transit

Quoting jobs or doing family favours costs van drivers £14.9bn a year

New research from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has found that pricing up quotes that never result in work and doing favours for friends and family free of charge costs UK van drivers £14.9 billion a year.

Welcoming back the CV Show for 2021

The Commercial Vehicle Show is set to take place from 13-15 April 2021 at the NEC in Birmingham. It will be the first opportunity in two years for businesses in the road transport sector to catch up on all the latest developments in the industry – and the confidence from exhibitors has been strong.

Ford announces Transit Connect enhancements

Ford has announced enhancements for Transit Connect, offering customers best-in-class fuel efficiency to help minimise fuel costs for operators and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The brand also introduced a 1.0-tonne payload for the first time.

Iveco ramps up ready-for-delivery conversions

Iveco has relaunched its Daily Driveaway bodybuilder programme. With customers having to adapt and react quickly to business demands, Iveco says it has taken steps to help facilitate this by creating a diverse range of immediately available vehicles.

“This is the most important product for the future of the company”

LEVC hails the arrival of the VN5. Dan Gilkes reports on this latest van launch.