25 June 2021
The truck maker says it’s “Leading The Charge” on green transport technologies, and provides a family of electric vehicles ranging from 3.1 to 26 tonnes in gross vehicle weight.
21 June 2021
The Broughton Gifford-based haulier quickly put the new D Wide rigid curtainsider to work hauling pallet network loads.
26 May 2021
The firm has a good relationship with Renault dealer Sparks Commercials and received endorsements of the Renault brand from others in the industry.
13 May 2021
The virtual event will bring together stakeholders in sustainable, net-zero transitions in transportation and will cover policy and regulation, innovation, technology, and investment.
3 May 2021
Warburtons, the UK’s largest bakery brand, recently added a Renault D Z.E., a 16-tonne (17.64-U.S.-ton) electric truck, to its fleet.
27 April 2021
The manufacturer says better aerodynamics, more fuel-efficient tyres, and the addition of Euro 6 Step E engines and Optivision predictive cruise control add up to fuel savings of up to 3%.
6 April 2021
The firm’s new C380 is a 6x4 rigid with a 7-cubic-metre McPhee mixer drum; owner Keith Price says that a change was in order after running a competing brand for nearly 30 years.
29 March 2021
The firm will reveal long-haul T and T High trucks upgrades for 2021 to new and existing players of the PC game on 6 April, with details on its updated C and K ranges to come at a later time.
22 March 2021
The 26-tonne 6x2 rigid is powered by four 66-kWh battery packs and came equipped with JOCQUIN tipper bodywork and a HIAB X HiPro 142-E crane.
2 March 2021
MacWilliam Demolition Limited is increasing its focus on work further afield, prompting the firm to purchase a K520 with a day and night cab to allow the driver to comfortably overnight in his vehicle.
22 February 2021
The entry is 200 millimetres lower than that of a base Range D model, and that can be reduced by a further 70 mm with an optional feature that lowers the front of the vehicle.
11 February 2021
Keedwell Scotland Director John McLellan loves the way the vehicle looks and also favours “its high load capacity in combination with the tail lift.”
29 January 2021
While France is still No.1 in terms of purchasing Renault vehicles, the UK and Ireland market is now in second place in the European market.
21 January 2021
The haulier chose the Renaults based on the manufacturer’s “impressive” reputation in the industry, as well as a competitive deal and cabs that make the firm’s drivers feel right at home on the road.
14 January 2021
The commitment is part of a nationwide transformation programme covering the company’s operations and dealer network in the UK and Ireland.
22 December 2020
Renault Trucks-authorised dealer RH Commercials restored the Magnum with help from Doncaster Trimmers; the truck will appear at shows across the UK and Ireland in 2021.
21 December 2020
The ambient, frozen, and chilled food distribution specialist has been working nearly non-stop during the pandemic, due to increased demand, and needed a fuel-efficient, driver-friendly truck.
4 December 2020
These trucks were originally available with a total of 200 or 300 kWh, but now customers can up that to 400 kWh, giving the D Z.E. (for example) a maximum operating range of 400 kilometres.
5 November 2020
This latest order brings PJ Webb’s Renault fleet contingent to 31; MD Phillip Webb says Renault trucks meet his firm’s requirements for ruggedness and keep his drivers happy.
12 October 2020
This is only the beginning for Renault, as the company has plans to expand use of the system across its entire global dealer network.
24 August 2020
The firm have put the new 150-horsepower Euro 6 Step D van to work as a mobile workshop to service their fleet throughout Wales, the Midlands, and the South Coast and South West regions.
28 July 2020
The new 473-horsepower Renaults will haul palletised loads in curtainside and double-deck trailers for The Pallet Network.
20 July 2020
The Delanchy Group recently acquired the first Renault Trucks D Z.E. production model to exit Renault’s manufacturing facility in Blainville-sur-Orne, France.
15 July 2020
Powered by two electric motors, the truck delivers a maximum power of 370 kilowatts, continuous power of 260 kW, and maximum torque of 850 newton-metres.
14 July 2020
The organisations signed a letter of intent on 2 July after nearly completing a year-long study to determine key success factors and criteria needed for a successful program on a commercial scale.