Truck and Track Spring 2024

Truck and Track Spring 2024 www.truckandtrack.com 68 COMMERCIAL VEHICLE SHOW 2024 The UK’s leading manufacturer of industrial electric vehicles, Bradshaw, will be showcasing its range of all-electric vehicles at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show on Stand No: 5B55. The show, which takes place at the NEC on 23rd-25th April 2024, will be bigger and better than ever before with over 300 exhibitors and set to attract thousands of visitors. On its stand, Bradshaw will be unveiling some exciting new additions to the range. Also on display will be the company’s G2 and G4 Goupil vehicles, one of which will feature Bott’s racking system demonstrating the true versatility of the Goupil platform and huge range of options offered from Bott. Some exciting new additions will also feature on the stand. Part of the Polaris family, all vehicles are 100% electric and produce zero-emissions, making them a sustainable, environmental and cost-effective solution for local authorities, industrial sites, resorts and last mile delivery companies. Additionally, they provide total flexibility of use offering a range of adaptive and versatile solutions which can be tailored to Bradshaw’s customers’ requirements and day to day operations. Priding themselves on its bespoke offering, all vehicles within Bradshaw’s Goupil range are equipped with lead-acid or lithium batteries and each can be tailored directly to the customer’s requirements. The G2 all-electric compact road utility vehicle range offers an ideal solution for customers who have multiple sites that are connected by public highway. Available with pick-up, cage and van bodies, the G2 has been expertly designed to transport payloads of up to 600kg, whilst retaining a small and compact size for convenient use in tight spaces. With an operational range of between 27 to 62 miles, the G2 range has a payload of between 415 to 533kg and 78 to 596kg depending on the chosen model. Equally versatile is the G4 road vehicle which includes pick-ups, vans and waste collectors, all designed to transport people and equipment for a variety of different applications. With an operational range up to 101 miles and maximum speed of 31mph, the G4 range is equipped with an array of body types to cater for the customer’s specific requirements and features a safe and secure cabin plus both left and right hand drive options. With 11 different variations to choose from, the G4’s greater payload offers an ideal electric vehicle for many stop-start and last mile applications and is ideally suited to low-emission zones, whilst still delivering optimal performance and low vehicle operating costs. Ramsy Labassi, Bradshaw Electric Vehicles’ Marketing Manager, commented: “We are delighted to once again be back at the CV Show and pleased to be showcasing our state-ofthe-art Goupil vehicles where visitors will be able to see at firsthand the versatility of the range and learn about its sustainable advantages. “With environmental sustainability now at the top of most agendas, Goupil electric vehicles provide customers with the prospect of not only vastly improving their environmental footprint but, in turn, also enhancing operational performance and lowering their vehicle operating costs as well.” Bradshaw to showcase exciting range of electric vehicle solutions at CV Show Teletrac Navman, UK’s leading connected mobility platform for industries that manage vehicle and equipment assets, will attend this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show, giving industry professionals an opportunity to meet face-to-face with the brand’s experts. A team of product experts will be on stand 5D42 for the whole duration of the event, available to discuss the full range of Teletrac Navman’s fleet solutions as well as findings of the brand’s annual industry report, TS24: The Telematics Survey 2024. The research, which aims to showcase the prevailing trends that are impacting fleet operations globally, was launched in October 2023. As well as operational challenges and how to tackle them, the research explores the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) into everyday life, as well as decision makers’ feelings towards widespread issues like the ongoing driver shortage and the upcoming mandated production ban of petrol and diesel vehicles. Carlos Caponera, Chief Marketing Officer at Teletrac Navman, says: “We are proud to be able to carry out research of this size as it is our mission to make fleet professionals’ lives easier. Whether they’re struggling most with safety, sustainability or streamlining, or even the transition to alternative energy, their opinions and feelings are of utmost importance for the industry to be able to pivot accordingly. “Our stand and door is open - we encourage anyone who could benefit from our findings to come to the stand and have a chat, to see how we can help you simplify the complex.” Teletrac Navman spotlights fleet managers’ biggest challenges at this year’s CV Show TRUCK & TRAILER SOLUTIONS WELCOME TOALLPORTS GROUP allportsgroup.co.uk

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