The SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) is the trade association for the UK motor industry. Articles about SMMT at The Van Expert.
New LCV registrations saw modest growth of 1.5% in August, compared to the same month last year, according to the latest data released today by the SMMT.
The latest figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that registrations of new LCVs grew by 1.1% in July.
Official figures released today show that LCV registrations rose by just under 2% in June, the first increase since January.
Sales of new light commercial vehicles fell by more than 5% in May, despite a strong showing from the pick-up truck segment. All other LCV categories fell.
Figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders show that registrations of new LCVs plummeted by 18.8% down to 22,625 units in April.
Figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that UK commercial vehicle production fell by 4.3% in March.
Figures released by the SMMT show that the number of LCV registrations for March dropped 0.9% compared to the same month in 2016.
Figures released by the SMMT show that the number of LCV registrations for February dropped 4.3% compared to the same month in 2016.
Van drivers are being urged to check the safety of their vehicles after the publication of the Road Casualties Report by the Department of Transport (DfT).
Sales of new vans in the UK are still growing, though the increase was a modest 1.2 per cent in January. Heavy vans led the rise, smaller versions slipping.
Exports are driving soaring production at the UK’s commercial vehicle plants.In total 9,669 CVs were built in the UK’s factories in November, up nine...
November 2016 was a record-breaking month for light commercial vehicle (LCV) registrations, according to the latest results published by SMMT today.
New light commercial vehicle registrations fell by 4.5 per cent in October compared to last year, according to latest figures released today.
New LCV registration data for September 2016 has been published today by SMMT, with overall growth of 1.9% over the same month last year.
August saw the highest number of new LCV registrations for any month in 11 years, according to figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Registration figures for vans and LCVs in July were flat, with a small decrease over the same month last year according to the latest data released today by SMMT.
UK van sales are continuing to climb, driven by demand for the heaviest vehicles. Registrations of vans in the UK were up for the fifth successive month.
The UK’s van market posted its fourth consecutive month of growth in May, which was up 1.9 per cent on the same period in 2015.
UK van market is continuing to climb, up 11.8 per cent in April. Thanks to the CV Show April, 27,880 new vehicles were registered.
In the week the commercial vehicle market focuses on the UK and the CV Show, new figures show that commercial production in the UK slid substantially.
Van sales in the UK are continuing to grow, the market having recorded a positive first quarter of 2016. LCV Demand rose 3.1 per cent in March.
The UK’s van sales market put the brakes on five months of growth in January, slipping by 4.2 per cent.
Strong van sales drove the UK CV market to an all-time high. New figures from SMMT show that registrations of commercial vehicles in 2015 were up 16.7%.
Sales in the UK’s CV market accelerated in August after slipping back in July. Registrations climbed 15.3 per cent, compared to just 3.7 per cent in July.
Van sales on the UK market slipped slightly in July. The fall, of just under one per cent, reversed a 16.4 per cent rise in June.
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