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Businesses may update or replace their fleets for a number of reasons, such as the natural fleet replacement cycle or to meet the growing demand to decarbonise and switch to electric.

Additionally, businesses may be expanding their operations, resulting in a need for additional vehicles. 

According to Logistics UK’s Logistics Report 2022, commercial vehicle registrations were up in 2021 compared to 2020, with van registrations at 355,380, an increase of 21.4%. Vans are an essential tool to operators and as such, upgrading or transitioning fleets can be a difficult, and time consuming, process. With each business – and their operational needs – so unique, incoming vehicles may also need to be retrofitted to ensure they are fit for purpose. As an industry operating on tight deadlines, it is essential that such work is carried out swiftly to avoid the vehicle being out of service for longer than needed. 

Logistics UK Van Gold Partner, Bott Ltd, therefore provides operators with an efficient and comprehensive vehicle conversion service. A one-stop van conversion solution for SME customers up to large fleet owners, bott offers a full range of services including tailored specification design, van racking manufacture and installation, van graphics design and decal fitting, electrical systems, in-vehicle technologies, plus specialist vehicle builds.  

*www.bottltd.co.uk  

Published On: 30/03/2023 16:00:57

 

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