Vertellus, the innovative commercial vehicle contract hire company, is exhibiting at this year’s Road Transport Expo, the free-to-attend one-stop industry tradeshow taking place at the NAEC Stoneleigh from 28th – 30th June.

Visitors to stand G54 will be able to explore two of Vertellus’ fleet of 30 Renault Trucks E-Tech vehicles, which are available with box, curtainsider and fridge bodies, as well as gain an insight from the company’s highly qualified team into its groundbreaking EV Discovery Programme.

Designed to encourage, inspire and support the introduction of electric vehicles into fleets and onto UK roads, whilst also providing a full in-life support service, Vertellus’ EV Discovery Programme, in partnership with Renault Trucks and Zenobē, delivers a 360° solution on an initial three-month term.

Ian Seager, Business Development Director at Vertellus, said: “Now in its second year, the Road Transport Expo is a highly anticipated event for the entire industry and we look forward to demonstrating our comprehensive suite of solutions designed to provide insight, strategy and flexibility in order to help drive fleet performance, now and in the future.”

“We understand that, for many, the introduction of electric vehicles to an existing fleet may be a gradual process and we look forward to using this opportunity to speak to potential customers and showcase how, through our highly-trained OEM dealer network and approved partner locations around the UK, we are able to provide operators with a unique independent end-to-end consultancy service designed to support customers on every step of their decarbonisation journey.”

The four key elements of Vertellus’ contract hire approach include:

With an overall vehicle portfolio of more than 3,500 vehicles from 2.7 to 44 tonnes, Vertellus is backed by over 100 years of knowledge and experience from the Renault Trucks network, an unmatched nationwide network of more than 60 approved partner locations and market-leading service partners to help provide support on every stage of the journey to a greener future.

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