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81 Brand New Vehicles Added to Packaging Firm Antalis

81 Brand New Vehicles Added to Packaging Firm Antalis

A grand total of 81 brand new vehicles have been added to the paper and packaging firm Antalis to help expand its already impressive fleet of trucks in order to embrace the challenges of the new year ahead. With a total of 5 million pounds being devoted to revitalizing the firm’s convoy of 160 trucks, it is hoped that Antalis will thrive even more than it has done in previous years as a business. Complete with curtain covers on each side, Antalis’ purchase of the DAF Euro VI trucks will ensure that its drivers are protected even more by the vehicle’s awesome state-of-the-art technological devices and will in addition to this save costs to the environment with a reduced carbon wastage amount.

This is particularly good news for the environment since Antalis is a very busy transporting firm that has an annual transporting rate approaching 800,000 individual journeys throughout the country. These innovative trucks will be leased to Antalis by twin company Fraikin for a grand total of seven years, and it is hoped that the company will yield the fruits of fortune with the help of these new state-of-the-art vehicles. Indeed, representatives from both Antalis and Fraikin have both highlighted the benefits of Antalis’ decision to build on its already impressive convoy of trucks to cope with the increasing demands of transportation on the roads of this country.

Furthermore, the fleet’s implementation at this time in winter will enable the sterling services of Antalis to flourish despite whatever adverse and threatening weather conditions that are to be expected around this time of the year across the width and breadth of the country. The contract is also a good sign for Fraikin, who have consistently proved themselves capable with providing services to various fleets and customers from all over the country, of which Antalis is now the most recent beneficiary.

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