Truck News and Views - Page 82

Mercedes-Benz Truck Dealer Gerard Mann becomes Ballyvessey’s Latest Target

The acquisitive Irish giant Ballyvessey Holdings has bought Midlands Mercedes-Benz Truck and Van dealership Gerard Mann from owners Inchape and rebranded the business Midlands Truck & Van Ltd. The business is keeping all the staff at the same locations in Birmingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton. Ballyvesey Holdings has a wide range of trading subsidiaries that include … Continue reading “Mercedes-Benz Truck Dealer Gerard Mann becomes Ballyvessey’s Latest Target”

New Truck Driver Training from DAF Trucks

Capitalising on the requirements for driver CPC, DAF Trucks has a new driver training programme launched in the UK. Most of the company’s EcoDrive training are permissable for Driver CPC accreditation whilst DAF’s focus is on economical driving and health and safety. Hauliers face increasing costs continually.  It is important that these costs are kept … Continue reading “New Truck Driver Training from DAF Trucks”

Britcom Trucks’ New Website

Britcom International Ltd, the global exporter of trucks and plant equipment and provider of specialist vehicle engineering and body & paintshop facilities has announced the launch of a new website www.britcom.co.uk. The new website marks the 30th anniversary of Britcom (1981-2011) and has been developed with customer input from around the world, to make it … Continue reading “Britcom Trucks’ New Website”

Iveco Eurocargo from Hendy delivers a bright future

South coast Iveco dealer Hendy Van & Truck has supplied a new 18 tonne Iveco Eurocargo 180E25/P 4×2 rigid to lighting company David Webster Lighting. The Eurocargo replaces an ageing Eurocargo which has seen nine years demanding work across London and the South East. The Eurocargo’s dropside body comes from Wessex Bodies and is kitted … Continue reading “Iveco Eurocargo from Hendy delivers a bright future”