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Quality service and competitive pricing sees Asset Alliance Group work with Trans Haul

Quality service and competitive pricing sees Asset Alliance Group work with Trans Haul

Asset Alliance Group has won a deal to supply eight new DAF XF530 tractor units to Trans Haul after impressing the Dunstable-based logistics specialists by providing value and attention-to-detail.

The new vehicles, which replace older models, are being supplied on a four-year full-service contract hire agreement and join a 50-strong fleet transporting a range of FMCG consignments across the UK seven days each week.

Asset Alliance Group beat two competitors to secure the business, which could be extended further in coming months.

Managing Director at Trans Haul, Nigel Machado, says: “After discussions with several contract hire providers, Asset Alliance Group really stood out for us. We approached them with what we were looking for and they came back with a higher spec vehicle that still fitted within our budget. That made our decision very easy.

“The quality of service we have received from them throughout the whole process has been second to none. Their attention-to-detail and excellent customer support has been really refreshing for us, and we are very happy with this new relationship.”

Asset Alliance Group’s comprehensive full-service contract hire offer includes all safety inspections, maintenance, servicing, and repairs, plus tyre cover and full roadside assistance.

Machado adds: “We will be looking to expand our fleet in early 2021 and will have no hesitation in going back to Asset Alliance Group when the time comes.”

Lee Tearle, Business Development Manager at Asset Alliance Group, says: “We’re thrilled to have secured this contract with Trans Haul and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with the team, supporting them as they continue to grow as a business.”

With more than 30 years’ experience in the haulage, storage and distribution sectors, Trans Haul offers a full range of logistics services for businesses in the UK and overseas.

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