Iveco are one of the youngest truck manufacturers, created in 1975 by the Fiat manager from the merger of 5 companies. From the start, the company focused on rationalising, integrating and optimising the various mechanical and commercial structures it had inherited and this led to the development of its first vehicles, the Daily and the Turbo.
With the 1986 part-acquisition of Ford Commercial vehicles in Europe, the award-winning IvecoFord EuroCargo was launched in 1993, which proved to be a big success for the company.
Today, Iveco employs 31,000 workers in 19 countries, offering vehicles ranging from 3.5 tonne to 44 tonne GVW, with 103 service centres within the UK.
Iveco's current line-up consists of: