Covering the whole of the UK means that our fleet has to be flexible, reliable and communicated what we do. With a complex and varied fleet of over 30 vehicles any change or introduction has to be carefully considered to ensure it is both safe and serviceable. With all vehicles fitted with the latest tracker technology and “live stream” updates the new Ford Transit custom vans have become the recent addition to the fleet with a 4-year rolling investment programme underway.
“Traditionally we have lent towards Vauxhall for our site personnel transportation needs, but after a recent spate of gearbox issues we took the opportunity to examine the current van offers and in particular the new Ford Transits custom”
Stuart Rooker, FD
The new Ford Transit custom currently outsells other similar class vehicles at a ratio 4:1 having sales of over 48,000 units in 2018. That success and backing of the UK market has meant the new model is a reflection of the needs of many industries, moving both people and goods through Britain. The transit van has been a familiar model on Britain’s roads for many years but the mid-size van has a sportier and more modern feel.
Ford have allowed fleet owners to assess the power needs looking at fuel economy and power delivery having 4 power versions from the same 2:0 litre engine with it’s standard six speed manual gearbox.
“After our recent success in both winning best refurbishment at the British Parking Awards and Liquid Roofing project at the National Federation of Roofing Contractors we thought it would be a good opportunity to advertise our capability on an award-winning Van.
The new fleet have given us the opportunity to display our capabilities having been recipients of the British Parking Awards 9 Times and now being recognised in our roofing sector and the new logo’s are both eye-catching and informative”.
Simon Lamb, MD
“The new van livery displays a clear message of Makers capabilities which we believe will be easily recognisable as vans travel from site to site, we hope the guys enjoy the
Darren Wootton, Director