Avonmouth-based Sureway Express Transport has acquired three new Isuzu N75.190 (E) curtainsided rigids.
They replace three like-for-like Isuzu 7.5t rigids that it has run on its Palletforce contract in the Bristol BS postcode area since 2014. The new Isuzu rigids join a mixed fleet of 25 tractor units and rigids, together with 15 trailers, and are working on palletised distribution across the Bristol conurbation.
Specified with orange Palletforce curtains, the Isuzus were purchased through Cumbria Truck Centre, who are part of the Carlisle-based WM Armstrong Group, also a founder Palletforce member company alongside Sureway Express Transport.
Rob Lloyd, founder and Managing Director of Sureway Express Transport said: “The initial three Isuzu rigids have been really reliable and productive over the last five years so it made perfect sense simply to repeat the order, when we were looking for replacement vehicles for this contract. Not only do they return good fuel consumption and provide us with market-leading payload in operation, but also the drivers find them really easy to drive on their difficult and busy urban routes in Bristol.”