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Krone’s Multi Lock system is faster and safer for Burridge Transport

Tyson H Burridge, the Cumbria –based general haulage and logistics operator, reports faster and more flexible loading with the introduction of Krone’s Multi Lock load securing system.

The company has recently added four Krone Profi Liner curtainsiders to their 90-strongtrailer fleet which comprises Euroliners, flats, side loaders and PSKs. The Profi Liners, with sliding roof and multiple strapping points – 126 per side rave – enable Burridge to contain mixed loads with improved security and safety.

“The Multi Lock brings a number of advantages for our customers” says Director Neil Robinson, “With so many strapping permutations, plus the facility to secure from inside the closed curtain, we are able to load faster, safer and with greater flexibility.”

Burridge Transport is in its fiftieth year and growing all the time: In addition to its traditional UK national long distance routes, the company is now extending into continental markets including Scandinavia and Germany. Hazardous waste transport requiring Class7/ADR certification, along with warehousing and secure document storage add to Burridge’s diverse service range.

“We have built a reputation over 50 years for providing a reliable and efficient service and to maintain this we are always looking for new and innovative equipment solutions” adds Neil Robinson. “The Krone Profi Liners, which come with code XL accreditation as standard, enable us to provide a premium service, which is no less than our customers expect.”

Tyson H Burridge is also a member of Krone’s extensive service network and from its Distington workshops provides general fleet repair and maintenance support.

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