Saturday 22nd Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

Iveco targets planned maintenance

Iveco has launched a new range of planned maintenance contracts called Elements to support its line-up of commercial vehicles from 3.5 to 44 tonnes.

The introduction of Elements follows a year-long review of the market and is designed to support Iveco’s goal of achieving a 50 per cent share of the planned maintenance contracts market by 2011, in support of its strategy for sales growth across the Daily, Eurocargo, Stralis and Trakker ranges.

Bob Lowden, director of customer service at Iveco UK, says: “Keeping vehicles on the road with minimal interruptions for maintenance and repairs is everyone’s priority, and with Elements we have introduced a comprehensive choice of services to suit any commercial vehicle application.

The five core elements comprising the new package start at the entry-level ‘legal’, which covers planned maintenance inspections, tachograph re- calibrations, speed limiter checks, electronic document filing, defect reporting and MOTs, including preparation of the vehicle and collection and delivery from the test station.