Look for a company with dedicated van experts with local and technical knowledge as well as an understanding of the dynamics of their customers and the local market.
Information obtained by the Licence Bureau under the Freedom of Information Act shows the number of non-British drivers trading in their licence for a UK version has risen by 79% in a decade.
if you regularly carry a team of workers around with all their gear, you run a taxi business or you want the practicality of a van, but regularly have to carry the family, what's on offer?
Ford balances fitting vehicles with the equipment required to keep its cars and vans secure, and which match customer priorities and price expectations.
The ideal van for you is quite obviously the one that best fits your business needs: What is your activity, where do you need to go, how often will it be used and by whom?
In some cases yes, but it depends on your business and if it’s last mile deliveries then electric is definitely the way to go.
With around four million vans on British roads, there are plenty coming on to the second-hand market all the time.
There is plenty of choice so look for a company that can offer a comprehensive range of vehicles that can be supplied to match any requirement.
New model raises the bar on connectivity, unlocking new services to provide a complete package closely tailored to the customers’ use of the vehicle and their businesses.
The new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market saw year-on-year demand increase by 10.6% marking the sector’s best ever monthly performance.
ULEZ comes into force in London on Monday and similar regulations on emissions are also being planned for towns and cities across the UK to tackle air pollution. The difficulty for many fleet operators is the lack of consistency and clarity.
Tracking technology has been fitted to an additional 150 vans that are used to provide final-mile services on behalf of online retailers and home delivery partners.
Key performance measures indicate that maintenance costs on the Stannah van fleet have reduced a staggering 31% between December 2010 and January 2019 delivering a cost reduction of £104,307
VW survey finds that drivers who suffer from ‘Builder’s Back’ take an average of three weeks off work and the resulting downtime costs companies an estimated £500 a day per van.
Leaselink development includes a new supplier portal for major third party suppliers, including conversion specialists, fitters of ancillary equipment and racking providers, to update the progress of special fitments and adaptation work to commercial vehicles in the order pipeline.