A well thought out racking system using lightweight – yet sturdy – materials can increase usable space, improve safety, speed up job completion and save on fuel. It’s an attractive combination.
Renault UK is growing its support of the London-based Felix Project with the donation of a further seven all-electric Renault Kangoo ZE panel vans.
The water company said that “impressive” wholelife costs was a key factor in its decision to reinvest in the Renault Kangoo.
Barhale Construction has appointed Martin Saxton as part of its growth strategy, following delivery of 100 new Renault vans.
Tim Campbell's review of the Renault T reveals that the flat floor and high cab make it ideal for long-haul fleet operators.
PostNL is the first fleet in Europe to start using the new Renault Master ZE.
Barhale Construction Services (BCS), a division of civil engineering and infrastructure provider Barhale, has acquired 100 new Renault vans.
Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles will start offering supplied and fitted signwriting from £215 excluding VAT from the end of April.
Renault’s biggest van becomes more environmentally friendly with the introduction of an electric version. By Simon Harris
Asbestos removal contractor Enviraz has added 18 Renault Master and seven Kangoo models to its fleet.
Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles has announced a selection of new offers available on Kangoo Van, Kangoo Van ZE33, Trafic and Master.
Renault Trucks has introduced a two-year warranty with no mileage restrictions on parts fitted through an authorised dealer workshop.
We look at some of the key exhibitors at the industry’s biggest van and truck exhibition
Renault’s all-electric Master ZE will take centre stage at the brand’s CV Show stand this year, between April 24 and 26.
Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles have unveiled a selection of new offers available on Kangoo, Kangoo ZE33, Trafic and Master.
Fleets requiring more carrying capacity than a 3.5-tonner can deliver need not feel obliged to go straight to 7.5 tonnes.
Market will ‘tick over’, say Renault and Volvo, although over-supply in the secondhand market remains a cause for concern. John Lewis reports.
The firm purchased the trucks from East Midlands Renault Trucks distributor RH Commercial Vehicles (RHCV) - having previously bought with them in the past.
Groupe Renault and Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Limited have formed a joint venture to manufacture and sell light commercial vehicles in China.
Brighton & Hove Buses has added six Renault Kangoo ZE Vans to their fleet to support the workshop.