Paul Cleary, sales director at Elliotts, with the new trucks.

Elliotts makes vehicle investment following opening of new branch

Published:  23 April, 2015

Elliotts has made a substantial investment in its fleet of commercial vehicles, following its opening of a new branch in the south.

The independent supplier of building products for the trade and public has invested in two new lorries, bringing the number of vehicles in its commercial fleet to nearly 50.

The new Iveco Stralis lorries with HIAB cranes can carry up to 13.5 tonnes and will be used to transport building materials to sites across Southern England.

Managing Director, Tom Elliott, says the investment will allow customers to benefit from the same swift delivery service, even as the company grows. He said: “We have seen an upturn in business over the last year and that has most recently been evidenced by our opening of a new branch in Christchurch. The addition of these new vehicles means that we will be able to provide the same quick deliveries despite the inevitable increase in customers and demand.”

True to Elliotts’ mission to minimise its carbon footprint, the new lorries are among the greenest on the market. They feature selective catalytic reduction technology, which significantly reduces the levels of nitrogen oxide released into the atmosphere.

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