Strong and steady growth for commercial sector

Often used as an economic indicator, the commercial vehicle sector is looking healthy, writes Dave Humphreys

26th March, 2015
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Two models from the Ford Transit range

One of the more interesting and positive news stories from registration figures throughout 2014 and into this year has been the rise in sales of commercial vehicles. If you wanted a tangible barometer of just how well the economy is doing then the number of new commercial vehicles going onto our roads is a very good one indeed.

The Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) sector has seen small growth since 2012 when it recorded 10,804 registrations. This...

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