LDV

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AcronymDefinition
LDVLeonardo da Vinci
LDVLiberal Democrat Voice
LDVLight Duty Vehicle
LDVLeyland Daf Vans
LDVLaser Doppler Velocimetry
LDVLaser Doppler Velocimeter
LDVLocal Defence Volunteers (Afterwards Home Guard, UK)
LDVLimited Dependent Variable
LDVLarge Data Volume (Salesforce)
LDVLow Dollar Value
LDVLaser Doppler Vibrometers
LDVLeyland Daf Vehicles
LDVLow Data Voice
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Leyland DAF Vans launched the Maxus brand in 2004, and in 2010, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) acquired the assets of the LDV Group and continued the Maxus brand, which has current distributorships in Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Africa, among others.
Leyland DAF Vans (LDV), a successor company to Leyland Motors, launched the Maxus brand in 2004, and Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) acquired the assets of the LDV Group in 2010.
English firm Leyland DAF Vans launched the Maxus brand in 2004, before Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp.
The 45-year-old, of Aston Church Road, Nechells, said: "The final blow was when Leyland DAF Vans of Birmingham, failed to pay us pounds 142,000 they owed us for services we had provided.
Leyland DAF vans was saved by a MBO led by its then managing director, Allen Amey, whose efforts won the Midlands Deal of the Year award.
Police believe the burglars used a fork lift truck belonging to the company to load the alcohol, valued at more than pounds 4,400, into two Leyland Daf vans before driving the vans away.
Saints' new kit sponsorship deal with Leyland Daf Vans is worth pounds 100,000 over two years.
When it has to do with manufacturing equipment, LDV Limited (formerly Leyland Daf Vans), Birmingham, England, an employee-owned manufacturer of commercial vans, puts an emphasis on "dreadnought" engineering, meaning it must be built to last.
The Leyland DAF Vans (LDV) Group launched the Maxus brand in 2004, and in 2010, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) acquired the assets of the LDV Group, and continued the Maxus brand.
The business, along with Lancashire-based Leyland Trucks, was sold to DAF of Holland in 1987, and re-branded Leyland DAF Vans.
In February 1993, predecessor Leyland DAF Vans is plunged into receivership and needs a pounds 40 million rescue through the management buyout headed by gritty Scot, Allan Amey.
Thieves broke in to Baby Bottles Ltd in Crondal Road, and took the drink before vandalising the inside of the building and driving away their haul in two Leyland Daf vans belonging to the firm.