Toyota introduces new joint-venture Proace van to the UK

Ford Euro-6 engines

Ford reveals new EcoBlue engines for Transit and Transit Custom

Bandvulc VV2 tyre

A new tyre created specifically for the dotcom industry has been on display on the Bandvulc stand at this year's CV Show. 

The FTA has launched a van best practice scheme for operators of smaller fleets.

toyota hilux

Tougher new Toyota Hilux makes its UK debut in Birmingham

ATS Euromaster is today launching a free guide at the CV Show to help van fleet managers increase their vehicle's uptime and boost their MOT first-time pass rate.

Reflecting the fact that this month marks Isuzu’s centenary, its Professional Pickups stand has doubled in size for this year.

SsangYong adds more power and torque to its small SUV-based van, the Korando CSE

Peugeot Expert

New Citroen Dispatch and Peugeot Expert vans make show debut at the CV Show

Iveco Daily E6

Iveco’s New Daily Euro-6 van has been made public for the very first time following its international press launch in Italy last week.

Volkswagen has made a welcome return to the CV Show for the first time since 2011.

Auto Windscreen goes waterless with new van cleaning system set to save them over £80k

Grab your goggles for a chance to see the new Volkswagen Crafter

Ale & Beer, suppliers of (you guessed it) ale and beer, has apparently rid itself of an unpleasant ‘hangover’ by switching to Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans.

Van Advisor cannot scientifically prove that a new van really is an alternative to hair of the dog, but the St Helens-based company seems to think a move to the three-pointed star of Mercedes will prove a wise decision over their outgoing vans.

The Renault Trafic van has surpassed 200,000 sales in the UK

Six LCV industry companies have been named Gold Partners in the Freight Transport Association Van Excellence scheme.

Made in Britain badges will now appear on all Vauxhall Vivaro vans that are built at the company’s Luton plant

Volkswagen has created two interesting hot-desking workplaces in the back of its new Transporter vans, for use by start-up businesses.

An incredible three million Sprinter vans have been produced in the 20 years since production first began.

Fancy starting a revolution or invading a country? You’ll need a pick-up truck for that.

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