LIGHT DELIVERY VEHICLES
There is a revolution taking place in the panel van market. Since the advent of Covid-19 and the boom in online shopping deliveries, transport operators are looking for the most effective way of getting deliveries to final destinations. Up to now, conventional panel vans have been used.
Great Wall Motors (GWM) is celebrating its 15th anniversary in Southern Africa. The Chinese giant was founded on 1 July 1990 by then 26-year-old Jack Wey and produced its first vehicle in 1993.
Honda Motor Southern Africa is proud to announce that the next-generation of popular HR-V compact SUV has landed in SA. The All-New HR-V offers exceptional space, comfort and utility, as well as advanced safety and technology features, all within a bold and sleek coupe-inspired form
AA Bakery, established in 1996, produces and distributes a selection of bread and rolls to convenience stores, government departments, catering suppliers, mines and general trade in the Gauteng Province. The bakery recently took delivery of 10 new TATA LPT 813 trucks, adding to the already 100-strong fleet of Tata trucks that work on a daily basis.
JAC Motors South Africa confirmed AEVERSA’s production order for its N55 EV battery-electric truck almost a year ago; a dream come true for Rick Franz, CEO and founding member of the company.
Managing the total cost of ownership is pivotal to every transporter in order to achieve the highest possible profit from their vehicles. Babcock helps DAF Trucks customers to keep running costs as low as possible through a total transport solution that comprises predictive forecasting, fleet management and flexible finance options for the new range of DAF XF and CF trucks.
• Tremendous sales growth in 2021 necessitates a new parts warehouse
• State-of-the-art technology for consistent and reliable parts supply
• Centrally located for just-in-time deliveries to 62 dealerships countrywide
FAW Trucks reaches yet another important milestone at local plant.
Production to be ramped up to 200 units per month in 2022.
Scalable plant capacity to keep up with growing demand.
Hino South Africa, which is has been a long-time pacesetter in terms of the quarterly, national DATATrack comparative customer satisfaction study, made a clean sweep of all three categories evaluated in the fourth quarter of 2021. Hino scored an unprecedented 100% in the Sales section, which went along with 99.44% for Technical Service, 98.77% for Parts supply and these scores all equated to a Combined score of 99.40%, just below Hino’s previous highs of 99.78% and 99.72%.
Drive for Better with new Euro 5 Quester and Croner…
The local transport industry is showing steady signs of recovery from the ongoing global impact of COVID-19. A total of 27,075 trucks and buses were sold during 2021 in South Africa1, an increase of 19% as compared to previous years.