Managing your Fleet
As fleet specialists, Hino can provide you with comprehensive, expert advice to ensure all your fleet requirements are tailored to meet your needs, expectations and budget.
Our commitment to you as a fleet customer doesn’t stop once you have purchased your Hino truck. We understand and appreciate the need to provide continued support and assistance for the life of your truck.
When you select Hino trucks for your fleet you are partnering with a leading global manufacturer of trucks, engineered and manufactured to the highest standards. Hino trucks are conceived, designed and engineered with three guiding values: Quality, Durability and Reliability (QDR).
Environmentally, Hino is a leader in advanced diesel engine and emissions technologies which includes the Hino Hybrid low emission range of trucks. This Hybrid diesel engine is designed exclusively for a commercial vehicle, delivering cleaner, more efficient transport solutions. Our trucks provide you with both business and environmental benefits.
It’s important to keep your Hino truck “all Hino” for optimum reliability and performance. So, when your Hino truck is serviced by an authorised Hino dealer, covered by your Maintenance Agreement, rest assured that only Hino genuine parts, fluids and accessories will be fitted by fully trained factory technicians.
Hino Genuine service centres feature approved service personnel who are specifically trained to work on and understand Hino products, making them the ideal place for all your warranty work and regular services.
From an owner driver business to large fleet organisations, no two businesses are the same. That’s where Hino can make your fleet purchase easy by offering flexible finance options such as Business vehicle Loans, Fleet Financing and Finance Lease options.
As part of the Toyota Group, Hino Financial Services now offers easy online account access via Toyota Finance Online.
TNT SET TO EXPAND AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST HYBRID TRUCK FLEET
TNT Australia is set to expand its hybrid truck fleet – already Australia’s largest – with the acquisition of another 24 Hino 300 Series Hybrids in the coming months.
These will add to the 30 hybrid trucks already on its fleet and replace regular diesel-powered vehicles – a move that will reduce the company’s carbon footprint further while easing its reliance on fossil fuels.
The news follows a recent internal study which indicated TNT’s 30 existing hybrid trucks had emitted 112 fewer tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere than comparable diesel-powered trucks over a four-year period.
The study compared 29 hybrid-powered trucks with 29 regular diesel-powered trucks that had the same in-service date range between August 2010 and June 2014 and operated from the same depots.
The TNT Hino 300 Series Hybrid trucks travelled a combined total of 2.89 million kilometres in the 2010–14 period, emitting 39 fewer grams of CO2 per kilometre than their diesel equivalents.
TNT National Fleet and Equipment Manager Kurt Grossrieder said hybrid vehicles had provided substantial benefits to both the business and the environment.
“Our hybrid vehicles have proven that they are not only up to the task in bolstering our delivery network and providing our drivers with a safe and dependable vehicle: they’re doing this in a cost-efficient, environmentally friendly manner,” Mr Grossrieder said.
“The 24 new hybrid trucks will expand our hybrid fleet and once again reduce our total output of greenhouse gases while using less fuel, which is a positive step for TNT and the environment.”
TNT’s Hino 300 Series Hybrids are underpinned by a 100kW diesel engine and 36kW electric motor that optimises fuel use and emissions according to driving conditions and driver input.
They can even run in electric drive-only EV mode in stop-start traffic, depending on the level of battery charge.