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Burnt Tree opens Leeds supersite

Burnt Tree has opened its latest supersite in Leeds, with the two acre site offering their range of rental, contract hire and maintenance services.

The extensive facilities accommodate a fleet well in excess of 2,000 vehicles as well as on-site maintenance to support both LCVs and HGVs. The new Leeds site also hosts a range of accessible vehicles as well as  fridge vehicles operating through the company’s national Refrigerental temperature controlled vehicle rental operation.

John Ward, Head of Engineering at Morrisons was guest of honour at the event, cutting the ribbon and formally opening the branch for business. John’s family has a long association with this particular site as his father built the original offices many years ago, whilst John himself also worked on the original site in his youth.

Russell Taylor, Burnt Tree’s Leeds general manager said, “Although this new branch at Parkside Lane is just a short drive from our old location in Leeds, it is a million miles away in terms of facilities that we can offer to our customers and is part of a new generation of state of the art Burnt Tree branches.”

 

 



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