At this year’s CV Show, specialist vehicle manufacturer Terberg DTS (UK) Ltd revealed details of its plans to undertake a major fleet replacement and expansion programme over a 2 year period, whereby over 50% of its current distribution tractor rental fleet will be replaced, as well as investing in additional new 2012 specification vehicles for the fleet.
At the same time, Terberg also used the CV Show to launch a range of self-maintained YT182 distribution tractors on a hire only basis.
Terberg DTS (UK) Ltd are suppliers of shunting tractors, terminal tractors, aviation equipment and specialist vehicles and the 2012 fleet replacement and expansion programme concentrates on the YT182 distribution tractor rental fleet, increasing vehicle availability as well as maximising the flexibility of the fleet to meet current and projected rental demand.
According to Alisdair Couper, managing director, Terberg DTS, "We are currently the largest supplier of specialist vehicles to the distribution sector, with the highest availability in the market place. This ongoing commitment to investing in the upgrading of our rental vehicle fleet over the next 2 years will ensure that customers benefit from the technical and fuel saving advantages of operating the latest up-to-date vehicle specifications, with their inbuilt reliability and increased uptime."
The new Terberg rental fleet comprises of a range of dedicated rental specifications to suit the different distribution applications and will be available on rental agreements from as short as 1 day rentals, right up to 5, 6 or 7 year deals.
The Terberg YT182 4×2 distribution tractor is the market leading tractor in the UK rental market, offering a spacious and ergonomic cabin for the operator with excellent visibility and access, combined with reliability and effective performance. As Terberg’s Alisdair Couper comments, "This will be the largest ever distribution tractor replacement programme from any UK based manufacturer and clearly illustrates our commitment to supporting the UK market in these difficult economic times."