Nuneaton-based KSD has added a further 10 DAF CF 410 FAD 8x4 tippers after being impressed with 10 early Euro-6 models adopted just under two years ago.
DAF Trucks’ Nigel Hunt has retired from his role as retail sales director after 36 years.
DAF Trucks is attending the CV Show with its largest ever vehicle display at the NEC, covering its full range of new LF, CF and XF chassis across two exhibition areas.
DAF Trucks is expanding its range to include a number of new vehicle configurations for the consruction sector.
DAF dealer Watts Truck and Van in Cardiff has been crowned 2018 ‘Dealer of the Year’ – the principle accolade in DAF Trucks’ annual awards.
DAF Trucks has delivered its first fully electric truck to Dutch supermarket chain Jumbo.
After nearly 30 years in the same building, DAF Trucks has opened a new £20 million headquarters and training facility.
Daf Trucks’ Imperial Commercials has announce the acquisition of Macclesfield-based Daf Trucks commercial vehicle service centre, AM Bell.
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DAF has announced the employment of Glen Crompton to the role of parts marketing manager, as long-serving Stewart Davies retires from the company.
DAF Trucks has offered funding and aftersales support to all DAF operators affected by the collapse of TOM Vehicle Rental.
Figures released by the SMMT have confirmed that DAF Trucks topped the UK CV market with 29.5% market share.
DAF Trucks has launched its Transport Efficiency Driver Challenge 2018 to find the UK's best commercial vehicle driver.
DAF Truck has been named truck manufacturer of the year at the Commercial Fleet Awards 2017.
DAF LF was awarded commercial fleet truck of the year, while DAF Trucks was awarded truck fleet manufacturer of the year – resulting in a double win.
DAF Trucks' new MD Robin Easton intends to bring greater global insight to the UK truck business, building upon retired MD Ray Ashworth’s eight-year legacy.