West Bromwich-based Transervice Group has continued to invest in 3.5 tonne vehicles after first buying a lightweight truck two years ago.
Following the latest purchase, the company now has three 3.5 tonne vehicles, with tail-lifts, running counter to the perceived wisdom of haulage that bigger is better. “Traditionally hauliers optimised loads by having the best lading factor you could achieve on a 44-tonne trunking vehicle,” says Transervice MD Paul Johnson. “However the realities of today’s work mean customers want deliveries to places requiring nimble vehicles suitable for urban conditions.
“These vehicles are now among the most productive on our TPN operation,” he says.
The vehicles have been supplied by Allports Group, with the latest joining the fleet on 1 July and they meet the cleanest emissions standards.
Transervice offers a comprehensive range of haulage services, as well as warehousing and, of course, pallet distribution. It also has a logistics training company which offers skills to the whole sector and recently trained forklift and shunter drivers at the TPN Hub.
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