Fleet News surveyed major manufacturers to find out how they were responding to the coronavirus pandemic. This is Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles response.
London-based Pimlico Plumbers is renewing its fleet with an order of 100 new Volkswagen Transporter vans.
With the extension of MOT expiration dates, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has complied a list of key checks to help van operators keep vans road legal.
Murphy Plant is expanding its fleet with 134 new Volkswagen Crafters, bringing its total fleet to more than 1,000 vans.
Van technicians using augmented reality headsets have the potential to save customers five years of downtime – equal to £1 million.
Volkswagen has revealed the new fifth-generation Caddy ahead of its UK on sale date in October.
United Plant Services' fleet extended with more Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles' study shows van theft is increasing.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has welcomed a number of new faces as it seeks to boost its aftersales services, under the leadership of David Hanna.
Iveco hries Cutts and Lumsdaine to lead LCV and truck business lines.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will supply six new converted Volkswagen Crafters to ATS Euromaster ahead of a complete overhaul of its 200-strong fleet.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched a suite of enhanced online service plans through its upgraded website.
Leeds Van Centre boosts fleet customer offering with two used vehicle showrooms and MOT facilities
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has added a police dog van to its range of approved conversions for the Caddy.
Lodge Tyre Co has signed a new deal with Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles to secure 50 converted Volkswagen Crafter vans this year, with 15 already delivered.
Claire English replaces David Hanna who recently became head of service and parts.
Fleet operators shouldn’t face supply issues with the new Volkswagen eCaddy electric van when it goes on sale mid-2019.
Connectivity, electric and autonomy solutions to tackle key fleet issues unveiled by manufacturers. By John Lewis
More than 1,300 people were injured by parking or reversing vans, according to an investigation by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.
Blind Veterans UK has added six Volkswagen Transporter Shuttles to its fleet to transport members between their homes and its centres.