Eurocargo Trucks News Archive

If you are delivering to urban environments, then it pays to have a truck with a more compact appearance. Euro Foods, a distributor of frozen and fresh foods has realised…

Hereford-based aggregate, concrete, and landscaping products suppliers Radbournes have increased their IVECO fleet over recent months by taking delivery of another 8×4 Stralis X-WAY tipper and one Eurocargo 4×2 tipper….

Still a rare sight on the UK’s roads, the modern-looking new S-Way from Iveco is set to become more common with no fewer than 26 arriving at Leeds-based Clipper Logistics…

These trucks won’t get worn out any time soon.  Bought to deliver to cafes and restaurants, Johnson’s lockdown Mk3 has restricted the operations of 31 new Iveco trucks and vans…

It was avoiding the need to stop for forced regeneration of the aftertreatment system that led to Iveco Retail’s sale to Navajo Leasing of three new 18-tonne Eurocargo flatbed rigids…

The results of three months work since the joint agreement was signed between Iveco and Nikola to convert S-Way trucks into battery electric vehicles (BEV).  Perhaps we should start calling…

At the time that the new Iveco Eurocargo was launched in 2015, the manufacturer produces a wealth of information that is useful for used truck buyers when making a decision…

Every truck manufacturer provides acres of information at the time of launching a new truck.  Some of this is printed at the time, but over the years it goes missing…

As with most truck launches Iveco provided acres of information back in 2008 for the launch of their facelifted Eurocargo. For those of you keep on researching older truck models,…