Enterprise Flex-E-Rent has added three new truck types to its hire fleet to meet customer demand for highly specialist vehicles.
Available flexibly and removing the need for customers to commit to major capital investment, said Enterprise, the trucks have bespoke equipment and fittings designed specifically to service the specific needs of UK construction companies. This includes Chapter 8-compliant livery.
The three vehicles are 32-tonne tipper, hook loader and tipper grab. All three variants are now available at all Enterprise Flex-E-Rent outlets across the UK on both flexible and short-term daily rental.
They are the first vehicles of this size and type offered by Enterprise. The specification has been designed to provide the specific equipment and functionality required by companies working in building, infrastructure and highways.
Danny Glynn, managing director of Enterprise Flex-E-Rent, said: “Construction companies want to add vehicles to their fleets with greater flexibility, especially due to the considerable ongoing level of economic uncertainty.
“Flexible and short-term rental enables businesses to access the specialist vehicles they need for specific projects without having to commit additional capital investment.
“We’ve been providing commercial vehicles to the construction sector for years and have identified that certain van, HGV and equipment specifications are requested by customers over and over again.
“Adding these three construction-spec truck lines to our standard HGV fleet means businesses can get the core transport they need for a specific length of time, without any penalties.
“We will continue to invest in our network, vehicle range and availability to provide our commercial customers with the additional flexibility that they require as the economic uncertainty continues.”