CTS Hire increases fleet with 12 new RCVs

Published:  11 March, 2019

Municipal vehicle hire company, CTS Hire has acquired twelve new RCV from Dennis Eagle.

 

The new 18-tonne and 26-tonne Refuse Collection Vehicles (RCV’s) are a combination of Dennis Eagle 6 Olympus narrow and 70/30 split bodied vehicles with triple lifts, all fitted with trackers and live camera systems.

Tony Nicholson, National Sales Manager, CTS Hire, said: ‘These vehicles are part of a continual expansion and fleet replacement programme to ensure our customers have the most up to date, environmentally compliant, vehicles fitted with the latest technology.’

Richard Taylor, Sales and Marketing Director, Dennis Eagle: ‘CTS Hire is one of the most respected suppliers of municipal vehicles in the country and we are delighted that they have chosen to invest in a new, state-of-the-art, fleet from Dennis Eagle.’

Established in 1994 CTS Hire offers vehicles including 3.5T-26T RCVs, caged tippers, food waste vehicles, top loaders, sweepers, hook loaders and skip loaders. All CTS vehicles are available for short or long-term hire including contract hire options. The fleet is supported by a 24/7 national mobile engineer and workshop network.

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