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Van shelving is a great way to organise tools and equipment for your trade, and fortunately there are lots of ways to rack out your van; put in some ply shelving yourself or have a bespoke van racking system designed and fitted for you. These are the extreme ends of the offers out there and each comes with its own pros and cons, but what if there was a happy medium? Enter the new era of self-fit modular van racking and shelving systems. Here are our top 5 reasons why a modular van racking and shelving system which you fit yourself could mean you get the best of both worlds.

This month, in our Focus On feature, we’re taking a look at the range of commercial vehicles offered by Nissan. Well-known in recent years for leading the charge on the electric vehicle market (pun absolutely intended), Nissan has even manufactured a 100% electric commercial van for those really looking to go green with their energy consumption.

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In the second of our Focus On features, we’re going to be looking at one of our less publicised van makes, Citroen. A popular manufacturer of road cars and with a pedigree for successful rally vehicles, Citroen also turn their hand to producing comfortable, spacious and cleverly designed vans for the trade.

This month we are going to be looking at the range of Smartvan racking currently available for Citroen van models, and what other Citroen owners have used to kit out their mobile workspace.

This month, we return to our monthly Focus On feature by taking a closer look at Fiat, a mainstay of the automotive industry with over 100 years’ experience of manufacturing for four wheels. Fiat Professional supply a variety of vans and reliable working vehicles suitable for a range of uses and load types, providing plenty of excellent features for added durability, safety and passenger comfort.

This month our manufacturer focus is on the ever-popular Ford commercial range. Ford pride themselves on creating practical, comfortable and technologically advanced commercial vehicles, claiming that these ‘smart vehicles’ house many technologies that are not even available in cars today.

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