Feeder Commercials, Bristol

Meet the Team


Jantzen has been selling commercial vehicles to individuals and businesses in and around Bristol for about 22 years.

Previously he worked in the finance industry often arranging fianance for the same customers he deals with today. Jantzen heads the sales team and looks after many customers with their purchasing requirements on new and used vehicles.

In his younger days he was a professional footballer playing at England International level as a schoolboy and on to Bristol City FC for 14 years and then on to French 1st division team Paris St. Germaine before ending his professional career at the age of 32. Outside work Jantzen enjoys his grand-children, he has 7 ( and 2 great grandchildren ), the odd round of golf as well as watching his favourite team. A keen DIY enthusiast Jantzen has always got a job to be done!


Adrian has 25 years motor trade experience starting out as a mechanic at the local Vauxhall dealers then moved into purchasing and has been ever since.

Adrian is Group Purchasing Director and covers the whole country sourcing vans, trucks and minibuses for Feeder Commercials. On a busy week he can cover over 1000 miles and purchase more than 30 vehicles.

His big interest outside work is motorcross, he just loves it and travels the country and Europe to enjoy it!


Jon has worked in the Commercial vehicle trade for over 20 years.

He started in heavy commercials selling Scania, Volvo and MAN before moving on to spending 12 years selling Mercedes vans and trucks. He joined the Feeder team in the Summer of 2010 and he "loves it".When not at work Jon enjoys computers, darts and spending time with his daughter.


These guys are responsible for the preparation of our vehicles.

This includes ply-lining, valeting, cosmetics, trim, and pre delivery inspections. As a company we feel that a major contribution to our continuing success is due to the very high standards that we set regarding our vehicle preparation. We truly believe we lead the field in this department.