High Peak Steels has marked the launch of its rebranded livery with a new fleet of six DAF dropsides from Ryder.
The new vehicles on a five-year contract comprises of a pair of 18 tonne LF230s, a trio of 12 tonne LF180s, and a 7.5 tonne LF150.
The company rebrand extends to its Glossop warehouse, with a new website launch is on its way. The new design sees High Peak Steels move away from a livery that has served it well for 32 years.
High Peak Steels’ managing director Mark Thornley said: "There has been major investment in plant and machinery over the past 12 months.
“We have extended our stock range massively and felt after 32 years it was time for a fresh and more up to date look that reflected our onward and upward investment and direction.
“The continued investment in new vehicles and a keen focus on the changing times in the steel industry is key to our success."
“We need a vehicle supplier who can do more than simply supply the vehicles: the trucks are on the road five days a week from 6am until 5pm, so they’re repaired and maintained overnight - that flexibility is one of the reasons we wanted to stay with Ryder."
John Murray, sales and marketing director at Ryder, said: " Vehicle uptime is crucial to truck operators, especially those offering next-day services: Ryder understands this and strives to maximise uptime, allowing our customers to focus on their business and their clients."