A Kerax-ing Good Deal!
Longstanding RHCV client J.C.Balls & Sons has invested £380,000 in three new Renault Kerax trucks from RHCV!
Ambergate-based J.C.Balls & Sons, the plant hire and excavation specialists, has purchased three new HGVs to fulfil a prestigious contract with leading construction material supplier Aggregate Industries.
Chris Balls, Partner at J.C.Balls & Sons, commented on the contract, “J.C.Balls & Sons has been working with Aggregate Industries for over 30 years. The work that is now being done in Sheffield is just one job in a long line of contacts we have supplied vehicles for. It’s a working relationship we hope will continue for many years to come.”
J.C.Balls & Sons was established 50 years ago on the Midland Industrial Estate in Ambergate, has a staff of around 100 people and runs a plant and lorry fleet of over 40 HGVs.
Commenting on the new additions to the fleet, Chris said, “We have been using Renault’s trucks for the past 15 years, and we have always had them from RHCV. We stayed with Renault as they are all well-built, robust machines – which in our industry is a must!
“The investment in the three new HGVs is part of a strategic growth plan, and we have a fourth truck fitted with a mixer arriving in March. We employ RHCV to service and repair all of our Renault trucks, and with its new Alfreton-base, we will certainly be saving on mileage to and from RHCV’s site in Nottingham that we previously used.”
J.C.Balls & Sons is located less than 15 minutes away from RHCV’s site in Alfreton.
Paul Pearson, Director at RHCV, comments “We’re thrilled to be working with J.C.Balls & Sons, especially as they celebrate their 50th year. Expanding our footprint with the Alfreton branch was a great decision as it has really opened up a whole new customer base to us, as well as bringing us closer to our current customers.”
Kerax trucks for construction ended production in 2013 and they are replaced by the Renault Trucks C and K, which are powered with Euro 6 engines.//php comments_template( '', true ); ?>