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Ubico Selects Quality Used Vehicles For New Stroud Contract

Cheltenham-based environmental services company Ubico has selected a fleet of 12 Quality Used vehicles from Gloucestershire-based Refuse Vehicle Solutions Ltd (RVS), for its new waste, recycling & cleansing contract with Stroud District Council.

RVS has supplied Ubico with four Dennis Elite 2, Olympus Refuse Collection Vehicles (RCV) fitted with Terberg OmniDel bin lifts, two VW Transporter Caged Tippers, five Toyota Hilux fitted with cages and one Mercedes Sprinter Panel van.

Mark Hulbert, Fleet Manager, Ubico explains: “When we take on a new contract we like to split the profile of vehicles so that we can maintain our fleet costs evenly year on year. RVS run a very efficient operation and we are impressed with every aspect of their service. The quality of the vehicles is such that they are difficult to tell apart from brand new vehicles.  They represent excellent value.”

RVS provides the Complete Refuse Vehicle Solution supplying cost effective vehicles, New from stock (RediTruck), Remanufactured, or Quality Used, and a complete range of support services including vehicle hire, contract hire & maintenance, repairs & service, parts and finance.

Spencer Law, Managing Director said: “We are delighted to work with Ubico and pleased that they are happy with the vehicles.  We leave no stone unturned when preparing our Quality Used vehicles. We make sure that any defects are rectified according to DVSA and the Manufacturer’s standards, and every vehicle is given a 72 point check, then painted, MOT’d and serviced before being delivered.”

For further information about RVS services or to find out about latest stock Tel 01453 899 131, email info@rvsl.co.uk or visit www.RefuseVehicleSolutions.co.uk.

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Ubico Selects Quality Used Vehicles For New Stroud Contract