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Dennis Eagle confirms aftersales provision during Coronavirus lockdown

Dennis Eagle will continue to operate its spare parts business and workshops, as well as its team of field engineers, so it can support the waste collection sector during the Coronavirus pandemic.

The company said it is both “well placed” and “committed” to help keep the country’s waste collection services running.

Geoff Rigg, aftermarket director at Dennis Eagle, said: “Our spare parts service, field service engineers and workshops are all open at the normal times and work will continue as normally as possible with obvious provisions made for restricting the spread of the virus.

“We currently have good stocks of spare parts in both our central stores in Chorely and throughout our nationwide network of service centres.

“Our goal is to keep refuse collection vehicles running safely and efficiently so this service, which is vital to public health, can continue as normal.

The company also confirmed it has a range of DE Approved Used RCVs that are ready to operate and can be supplied within 24 hours.

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