The Magazine for LCV Fleet Operators
NHS and Ford pilot bespoke Transit van to deliver COVID-19 vaccinations

The NHS in Essex has teamed up with Ford and local community health leaders to roll out an initiative to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to communities who might face barriers to accessing traditional healthcare services.

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Highest April registrations in history for new van market

Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) figures have revealed the light commercial vehicle market recorded its busiest ever April as 30,440 new vans were registered.

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European customer trials announced for new E-Transit Van

The first European customer trials of the new all-electric E-Transit will soon be underway, Ford has announced.

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Automatic choice

Opt for rear-wheel drive in your Transit and you now have the choice of a 10-speed automatic transmission, says Dan Gilkes.

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Modified market

The UK pick-up market is changing, with a number of manufacturers leaving the sector completely, at least for now.

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Invincible by nature

With a larger engine capacity, Toyota finally catches up with the pack, says Dan Gilkes.

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Lightning strikes

Ford is compounding its position in the UK pick-up sector with the addition of Ranger Thunder, says Dan Gilkes.

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Isuzu D-Max: Picking up sales

Isuzu has updated its D-Max pick-up, with more equipment, improved technology, increased safety and
a refreshed look.

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Solar cooling

Marshall Renewables is to launch combined solar and kinetic energy-powered LCV refrigeration units for electric vans. Strategy director Michael Kane talks to Dan Gilkes.

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Cargo carrier

Volkswagen’s fifth-generation Caddy van has been launched in the UK, offering increased load volume, lower emission drivelines, increased safety technology and an improved driver experience, says Dan Gilkes.

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