15 October 2020

The NWH Group Expands With New Skip Loaders From MV Commercial

The NWH Group Expands With New Skip Loaders From MV Commercial

MV Commercial has supplied waste and recycling management specialists, The NWH Group, with three MAN TGM 4x2 skip loaders within a matter of weeks – enabling the operator to quickly keep up with continued business growth.

The new trucks, which join an existing fleet of 36 skip loaders and include two with Multilift bodywork and one with Boughton bodywork, will be used across the company’s hire division and for its popular wait and load services.

The NWH Group needed the new vehicles to meet increasing customer demand and MV Commercial was able to provide the right spec trucks from its Ready to Go range of stock vehicles – which includes models designed to anticipate upcoming market trends and provide operators with quality equipment in rapid time.

Craig Williams, Group Operations Director at The NWH Group, says: “Demand for skip hire grew significantly throughout the pandemic and has not slowed down. In order to respond to this, we made the decision to extend our skip loader fleet.  

“We’d previously leased vehicles from MV Commercial, so we knew they provide a quality service. From our initial conversation to taking delivery of the liveried vehicles, took less than a month – considerably less than had we ordered a new chassis from a dealer and then waited to get it bodied. The whole process was seamless, and we’ll definitely be returning to MV Commercial when we need to extend or upgrade the fleet again.”    

The 18-tonne rigids will operate out of the company’s Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle sites. They work five days a week and are finished in the firm’s striking two-tone blue livery.

With a vision to eliminate waste by transforming it into valuable resources, The NWH Group provides waste collection services to the hospitality, leisure, construction, engineering, commercial, industrial and waste management sectors across the UK.

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