For a third month in a row the demand for commercial vans has risen.
According to figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) there were 34,691 vans registered in the UK during the month of March.
"March 2010 saw some welcome improvement in UK van registrations with the third successive month of growth," says Paul Everitt, chief executive at the SMMT.
To many this would suggest that the sector is in recovery after such an economic decline compared to the end of last year.
It may also suggest that more and more people and companies are choosing to invest into vans as part of their chosen business plans.
This figure may only look set to rise when you also look at what vehicle manufactures such as Ford are doing to produce more eco friendly vehicles for commercial use in the future.