GCN is a rapidly expanding company, dealing with aggregate and waste haulage services. Whilst supporting services including the HS2 project, they decided to test new waters in growing their fleet and have approached RHCV as a new customer.
With having only two trucks in November 2021, GCN has grown extremely quickly. With the purchase of the C430.32 Tipper complete with a Swadlincote aluminium tipping body, they now have a fleet of seven trucks and can continue to help HS2 to arrive in time.
After taking the decision to explore new makes of truck, GCN found RHCV the best company to approach and purchased the C430.32 Tipper complete with a Swadlincote Aluminium tipping body. The body is the perfect lightweight design meant full steam ahead when transporting stone from site to site.
“I am really impressed with how the tipper has worked so far”. – Gary Niblett, Director.
Director, Gary Niblett found that RHCV met all the specifications he needed for his truck, saying: “I am really impressed with how the tipper has worked so far. Its lightweight body means more stone can be transported and make the development of HS2 run a lot smoother.
“We also purchased additional parts to the tipper such as the SMUK Brigade camera system and vision door to make deliveries and transport safer and easier to manage. It all operates brilliantly and have had no problems with so far.”
RHCV are proud of the professionals trained to suit all requirements as soon as possible. They work tirelessly to ensure that the latest diagnostic equipment adapted to all vehicles’ technologies works smoothly and efficiently. It is clear that RHCV is a service to depend on in the future.
Talking of the future, Gary said: “We are hoping to get more trucks in the future and are so excited to get to know our new trucks. Hopefully, a great professional relationship can blossom with RHCV in years to come”