Wren Kitchens has bought 134 Citroen Berlingo vans.
It's upgraded its fleet with new LCVs, will be used for its kitchen deliveries.
The vans have been supplied and managed by Pendragon Vehicle Management..
All of its new vans are standard length ‘M’ models, with the fleet consisting of new Berlingo vans: BlueHDi 75 manual 650 ‘Enterprise’, BlueHDi 100 manual 1000 ‘Driver’ and BlueHDi 130 S&S EAT8 Automatic 1000 ‘Enterprise’ models.
Lee Holmes, transport and logistics director, Wrens Kitchens, said: “These vehicles offer maximum efficiency and reliability to ensure we adhere to our high level of service.
“They offer top-spec. comfort and the very best technology for our hard-working teams that are out on the road for most of the day visiting customers’ homes.”
The new models are equipped with air conditioning, rear parking sensors, cruise control with variable speed limiter and an alarm.
Marc Samuel, director of B2B at Pendragon Vehicle Management, said: “The technical innovations and adaptive comfort on offer were a natural fit with the hard-working Wren Kitchens fleet.”
Martin Gurney, Groupe PSA UK’s fleet director, said: “Citroen’s history of innovation makes our vehicles a perfect fit for this conquest deal and we are exceptionally pleased to have won this business from Wren Kitchens.”
Wren Kitchens recently struck a new partnership with Mercedes-Benz Trucks and Rygor Commercials.
The business has taken delivery of 43 new vehicles, this includes pair of Actros tractor units and 10 fully air-suspended Antos 18-tonners with demountable box bodies are already in service.
They will be joined by 10 Fuso Canters and 21 more 18-tonne Antos.