Renault Trucks met professional road-users from Saturday 17th to Tuesday 20th January in Brussels for the 2009 Truck & Transport show. The manufacturer presented its entire range, along with solutions to assist hauliers keep their fuel consumption costs in check.
At the Truck & Transport show, Renault Trucks talked to its customers about a whole raft of new products and solutions to accompany them in their professional activity, as well as some specific services. Renault Trucks’ entire range was on show, helping even the most demanding customer to find what he’s looking for. The following vehicles were on show:
-Master 150.35 robotised gearbox
-Maxity 130.35/6 cab chassis
-Mascott 150.55 crew cab
-Midlum 220.12t Optitronic
-Premium Long Distance 450.19t
-Premium Lander 450.26t 6X4
-Kerax 500.26t 6x4
-Optifuel Lab, a concept truck with aerodynamic features that reduce fuel consumption by over 10%
To meet hauliers’ demands for lower fuel consumption, Renault Trucks already offers its Optifuel programme. This includes an “economical driving course” to limit consumption which, in conjunction with the Infomax software and the processing of the data gathered, promises substantial gains.
Finally, customers had access to all the information they need on Renault Trucks’ exclusive services, including Clovis Rent (rental service), TruckPlus (used vehicles) and Renault Trucks Financial Services, and could pick up a copy of the new magazine for drivers in Belgium, “Truckdriver”