Northside Truck and Van launches Ready to go to Work programme for Fuso Canters

Commercial Motor
March 21, 2017

Northside Truck and Van is offering 50 pre-bodied Fuso Canters under its Ready to go to Work programme.

The dealership, which has sites in Bradford, Doncaster, Hull, Immingham, Leeds, Sheffield and York has a selection of dropsides, tippers, boxvans and curtainsiders with or without tail-lifts available for immediate use. Northside has a dedicated area at each of its sales sites for the type-approved trucks with bodies from well-known bodybuilders on display.

They can be purchased outright or on hire purchase, contract hire or operating lease with R&M and finance packages.

Northside Truck and Van truck sales manager Stephen Richardson said: “We ran the programme last year, it was a huge success and we sold 35 in total. In 2016 it included fridgebodied vehicles, and although there are no fridges in the current batch we will have them available soon,” he added.

According to Richardson, Northside technicians can modify the vehicles at its workshops at the request of customers.“We’ve covered most of the bodies available, it’s a pretty even split across the body types,” he added. “The Canter has a class-leading payload and we believe this is a great opportunity for operators that need a vehicle straight away.”

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