Latest News from Bell Truck & Van

 

Keep up to date with all of Bell Truck and Van's latest news and developments. This page will include first updates on the company's rejuvination, including any progress regarding our depot improvements. You'll also find the latest product updates from Mercedes-Benz Vans UK and Mercedes Benz Trucks UK, key industry happenings, top tips and useful business information.

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Mercedes-Benz Dealer Bell Truck and Van is poised to embark on a major programme of investment in new and improved facilities, following its acquisition by a leading environmental, renewable energy and recycling company. 

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From 29th September 2017 Bell Truck and Van will cease to be directly regulated by the FCA and will become an Appointed Representative of Automotive Compliance Ltd.  

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The new owners of Mercedes-Benz Dealer Bell Truck and Van have strengthened their management team by making a series of appointments to key positions. Underlining the company’s commitment to staff development, most are internal promotions.

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Mercedes-Benz Trucks UK is happy to announce Leo Group as a new partner in Scotland, with initial locations in Aberdeen and Inverness representing Mercedes-Benz and FUSO trucks.

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Leo Group, owner of Mercedes-Benz Dealer Group Bell Truck and Van, has announced it will open a location in Aberdeen, representing Mercedes-Benz Vans.

 

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Football. As they say, it’s more than just a game – and as new research reveals, it could even be essential to tackling mental health in the UK. So how does the beautiful game – and sports in general – help those who might be struggling? Our Business Barometer is here to set the score straight.

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Sales of eco-friendly commercial vans in the UK have increased by 21% in the last year alone to 1,523, new research has found.

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Roads that aren’t fit for purpose and poorly maintained, alongside sparsely available parking facilities and regular parking fines, are having a detrimental impact on the nation’s van drivers and operators, new research from Mercedes-Benz Vans has found.

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The Government is to consult on options to ban older tyres from use on heavy goods vehicles, buses, coaches and mini-buses to help keep road users safe.

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The Government must urgently review the Apprenticeship Levy to prevent a severe shortage of logistics workers post-Brexit, says the Freight Transport Association.

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