A Deep Dive into the FUSO Canter range

Commercial Motor
April 4, 2019

FUSO Canter can trace its history back to the 1930s - learn all about one of the longest established brands in truck history with this free downloadable CM Special.

Today FUSO Canter is firmly settled as part of the Daimler Trucks global family. It is one of the brands that makes Daimler the largest truck manufacturer in the world and it plays an important role in the development of light duty and electric-powered trucks across the business.

In this CM Special, we take a look at the FUSO Canter in operation. We find out that it is at the heart of the evolving urban distribution operation at one of Britain’s largest operators; that it helps small businesses to expand and keeps Britain’s roads clear throughout winter. We also speak to the people who deliver the service to operators and keep FUSO Canter on the road, from Gorebridge, Scotland where sales support is winning rave reviews from customers down to Hertfordshire where a team keeps trucks on the road, 24/7. From 3.5 tonne through to 4x4, Eco Hybrid to 7.5 tonne, this supplement should answer your questions about the Canter.

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