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Redi truck

Refuse Vehicle Solutions (RVS) has scored two notable wins for its RediTruck service. It enables vehicle operators to buy a new, commercial specification, refuse vehicle from stock without having to wait manufacturer’s long lead times.

Supplier to the construction industry Mick George is expanding its fleet to meet customer demand, and has taken on two refuse vehicles from RVS. One is on a three-year contract hire agreement and the other vehicle, from the RVS RediTruck stock, has been purchased outright.

The vehicles are both Scania P280s fitted with Olympus 23w bodies and Beta trade bin lifts.

The hire agreement includes full maintenance, which will be carried out by RVS’s specialist engineers. All costs such as MOT tests and six-weekly inspections of the chassis, body and bin lift are included in the hire package.

And Crawfords of Beith has just taken delivery of a new RediTruck (pictured) as part of its haulage contract for Highland waste recycler Munros, only days after the order was placed.

Andrew Crawford said: “We had only two weeks to replace a truck that had let us down and we had heard about RediTruck from RVS so we gave them a call. They delivered a brand new, ready for work refuse vehicle, in the exact spec we need, almost immediately.”

The vehicle is a Daf CF fitted with an Olympus 23W body and a Beta Trade bin lift.

www.RefuseVehicleSolutions.co.uk

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