DAF could fare better than other truck manufacturers in the event of a hard Brexit, according to MD Robin Easton. Speaking at a press briefing in London, Easton stated his personal belief that Brexit is not in the best economic interests of the UK. He said he hoped the British government will do a sensible deal with the EU, with a transitional arrangement put in place of more than two years. However, he added: “With our Leyland manufacturing plant there […]
Fowler Welch has revealed to MT that it is running an extensive Euro-6 trial, ahead of its planned fleet replacement purchasing next year.
Drinks wholesaler Matthew Clark has taken delivery of 13 custom-built Dafs from its vehicle supplier Ryder, in a bid to increase the load capacity of its 190-strong fleet and further improve operational efficiency.
One of the best known figures in the UK transport industry, Daf Trucks marketing director Tony Pain retired on 4 October at the age of 63,45 years to the day since he started work at Leyland.