For a company that specialises in keeping our city streets clean and embraces innovation, having some of the cleanest, most technically advanced trucks on the job is a perfect fit. Civic Contractors were so impressed with their first Canter Eco Hybrid, they added a second.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), part of Daimler Trucks, celebrated being the first OEM to offer an exclusive range of electric trucks and buses at the Tokyo Motor Show with the launch of its new brand – E-Fuso.
The world’s first all-electric light duty series truck, the Fuso eCanter – due to hit New Zealand roads late next year – has already sparked strong interest among some of America’s biggest companies since its launch earlier this year.
With a background in the medical supply industry, Transcon owner and managing director Blake Noble knows how important quality equipment is when it comes to maintaining a company’s good health, which is why he’s just added three new Fuso trucks to his fleet.
Fuso NZ led the way for the commercial transport sector at this year’s EV World conference in Auckland – announcing the planned arrival next year of eCanter, the world’s first 100% electric light truck.
An exciting and significant development to the Fuso line-up is on the horizon – a brand new range of nine workhorse trucks that we are confident will provide a compelling proposition to a whole new sector of the industry.
Warwick Rhodes, the man behind 'Rhodes for Roads' - proudly emblazoned across the front of an exclusively Fuso fleet - says outstanding service and reliability have kept him loyal to one truck brand for more than 30 years.