Trust Utility Management has invested £ 580k in its vehicle fleet, reflecting its ongoing focus on self-delivery of services and materials to secure cost and time efficiencies for customers.
The new purchases include five 7.5 ton tippers , two 8-wheel grab lorries and a new 18 ton Tarmac tipper wagon to support its growing asphalt operations in the East Midlands. The company’s liveried fleet now totals over 100 vehicles.
The company has also invested in a CCTV equipment van for its gully cleansing division, which uses the mobile technology to carry out drain surveys and inspections.
The vehicle specifications reflect Trust Utility Managements ongoing commitment to promote road safety within the construction industry and the company has worked with its suppliers to adapt the vehicles with the safety of its drivers and other road users in mind.
Trust Utility Management Company Chairman David Grier said:
“These new vehicles will support our operation and ensure efficiency and compliance to road safety standards. By delivering projects using our own in-house materials, plant and vehicle fleet we cut costs and bring reliability for customers.”
“Trust Utility Management strives to be at the forefront of road safety initiatives in the construction industry and these new vehicles have been specially designed to keep our drivers and other road users safe”