Castelan Group, provider of warranties, insurance and claims handling solutions to the retail sector, has replaced its Renault sole supply commercial vehicle fleet with 80 new Renault Trafic panel vans.
Renault significantly outpaced the UK van market last year, reporting a 39.5% year-on-year surge in sales compared to a 15.5% rise overall.
Converted Renault Master vans are joining the RAC fleet to provide misfuelling recovery services to motorists.
Bobby's Foods has downsized part of its fleet from 7.5 tonne trucks to 3.5 tonne Renault Master box vans.
Renault Trucks has launched a range of pre-bodied Luton, Tipper and Dropside vehicles built on the Renault Master platform.
Mystery surrounds Renault’s first pick-up, with little information available at the media launch
Facility services provider ISS has placed an order for 123 Renault Master Tippers, through Renault’s in-house conversion programme.
Renault is aiming to enter the one-tonne pickup market globally, as it unveils its 'Alaskan' concept.
Renault Trucks has been voted Best Supplier of the Year 2015 by the Fraikin Group, one of Europe’s leading industrial and commercial vehicle renters.
‘Renault has the products and infrastructure to support fleets,’ says head of fleet Mark Dickens
Portsmouth-based Industrial Maintenance Services (IMS) has ouchased 12 new Renault vans as it moves to double in size in the next five years.
Renault has dubbed 2015 the year of the conversion as it moves to grab a bigger slice of the ever-growing specialist model market.
Nissan and Daimler are to jointly develop a midsize pickup truck.
Renault’s network of Pro Plus van dealers is to start opening later and at the weekend to offer out of hours servicing for fleets.
New engines help revised panel van range remain competitive with class leaders
Electric van offers eye-catching environmentally-friendly option for urban fleets
Renault Trucks distributors RH Commercial Vehicles (RHCV) is boosting its sales department with new members of staff.
Direct Online Services is taking delivery of 6 Renault Master vans following a successful trial that started in January this year.
Renault and Fiat have signed an agreement under which Renault will supply Fiat with a light commercial vehicle based on a Renault platform.
Renault has pulled the covers off its new Master, which will be available with more efficient and powerful twin turbo engines.