Refuse Vehicle Solutions to Exhibit at RWM

Refuse Vehicle Solutions to Exhibit at RWM

Refuse Vehicle Solutions Ltd, or RVS, will be celebrating their 6th year as an RWM exhibitor. As part of their celebrations, at this year’s exhibition the company will have 4 vehicles on display. The RWM exhibition is the main networking event for the industry, therefore it is a great opportunity for businesses to get noticed by potential clients. RVS will be using this opportunity to the full by stationing their vehicles around the entrance to the exhibition and at their stand.


A vehicle that has been selected from RVS’s expanding Hire Fleet will be situated on the roundabout close to the arena, and two brand new vehicles developed for the company’s RediTruck range will be placed either side of the entrance to the show. There will also be a 15T DAF refuse truck with a newly remanufactured 2008 body stationed at the company’s exhibition stand. These vehicles have been selected in order to demonstrate the RVS’s engineering expertise and will definitely get them noticed at the event.


RVS has experienced an amazing 12 months since the last RWM, having further expanded and developed their services in order to deliver an all-encompassing refuse vehicle solution to their clients. This expansion is said to have satisfied RVS’s customers. As well as this significant level of growth and development, the business has also successfully launched the National Refuse Championships. Further developments for the company include their RVS Hire Fleet which now contains more than 55 FORS compliant vehicles that includes a range of vehicles, from RCV’s to hook loaders, top loaders and Front End Loaders. RVS has also continued to offer their preventative maintenance packages, popular with waste operators focusing on keeping their fleet working at optimum levels and reduce costs.


RVS hosted the National Refuse Championships in June and the event was a huge success. The Championships managed to raise more than £11,000 for the Alzheimer’s Society. The event was so well received that a date has already been booked to hold the event again next year.


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