DMN Logistics expands fleet of transporters

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DMN Logistics is expanding its fleet of transporters to meet the growing demand for the movement of electric vehicles (EVs).

The Birmingham-based inspection and vehicle movement specialist is experiencing an increase in demand for the movement of vehicles, especially EVs, so has purchased two 4X4 and two Brian James trailers to add to its existing vehicle transporter.

Last year, the business invested in a 7.2t Iveco car transporter coupled with a 3.5t Brian James trailer, and the truck and trailer combinations ensure the additional weight of EVs can be carried without compromising safety and within the legal load limits of the vehicle.

Nick Chadaway, managing director at DMN Logistics, explained: “We’ve seen a huge increase in demand for our full range of logistical solutions especially when it comes to moving EVs as they have specific transporting requirements.

“The 4x4 plus 3.5t trailer configuration allows for a higher weight to be carried, including commercial EVs.”

He added: “We are continually developing solutions for road-driven EVs and this further addition will add value to long-range deliveries where re-charging multiple times may not be an option. Increasingly our clients expect UK-wide logistical coverage, transporting a range of ICE and EV vehicles, which in the past would have proved difficult to do but now we have a viable solution.

“Our investment in these transporters forms part of our wider strategic growth plan to invest in digitisation, data and our infrastructure so we can deliver scalable, cost-effective and leading-edge system-driven solutions that streamline the vehicle movement process and offer peace of mind to clients.”

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