Asbestos removal contractor Enviraz has added 18 Renault Master and seven Kangoo models to its fleet.
As well as assisting Enviraz crews with initial site surveys and transportation to and from work locations, the Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles will be used to transport asbestos with the business adding a dedicated aluminium waste compartment to the load areas.
The acquisitions mean Renault vehicles now make up two-thirds of the Glasgow-based company's fleet of cars and vans.
Andy Gibson, transport and operations manager at Enviraz, said: “We’ve used Renault vans for the last eight years and we’ve never had any issues, so it was logical to replace some of our older vehicles with the latest versions.
"Although reliability has been good, the three-year warranty provides a great deal of reassurance, while we also enjoy an excellent relationship with Arnold Clark.
“The feedback to the vans has been overwhelmingly positive with our operatives liking the drive and the comfort.
"The installation of the aluminium waste compartments has also gone down well, enhancing the safety of our teams and strengthening the professionalism of our business.”
Enviraz ordered its Masters in Business trim in medium wheelbase, medium roof height (MM35, front-wheel drive) with the dCi 130, 2.3-litre turbodiesel engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox.
All of the vans were supplied by Arnold Clark Renault dealerships in Glasgow, the Masters being prepared by Hillington Renault and the Kangoos being delivered via Bishopbriggs Renault.
The application of Enviraz’s livery, plus the installation of the internal racking and bespoke aluminium asbestos waste compartments, were fully managed by the dealerships.