Leading manufacturer MAN Truck & Bus UK has continued its long-standing relationship with BM Stafford by delivering six new vehicles as part of their fleet modernisation.
The Durham based company purchased the MAN TGX 26.460 Euro 6C vehicles to continue with company’s ethos of running vehicles which have the lowest impact on the environment.
The Euro 6C engine produces the lowest emissions to comply with the low emissions zone regulations. The vehicles are to proven to have increased efficiency providing customers with a reliable an economical vehicle solution.
BM Stafford have been in the haulage business over 80 years and pride themselves on a reputation for reliability, flexibility of operations and exceptional customer service.
Mark Stafford, managing director of BM Stafford, said: “MAN have exceeded our requirements and given us the most in terms of reliability, uptime and fuel economy and the Euro 6C is sure to continue to improve this.
“It is really important for us and our customers to complete jobs efficiently and with the lowest impact on the environment possible.
“The TGX Euro 6C is well proven and with excellent reliability, improved fuel efficiency and excellent driver acceptance makes it a natural choice for our fleet.”
MAN sales executive Steve Maddison, said: “BM Stafford have taken the vehicles over a five year rental with a full repair and maintenance package from MAN. This ensures vehicles maintain the very best standards of safety and maintenance with a focus on uptime.
“The price and package measured up for the customer and we are confident that the performance of the TGX and the Euro 6C engines over the coming years will continue to speak for themselves.”
Source: Uk Haulier
BM Stafford move forward with fleet modernisation