Bristol Waste Company opts for contract maintenance from RVS

Published:  11 August, 2016

Bristol Waste Company has taken on Refuse Vehicle Solutions Ltd (RVS) to maintain and service its fleet of 30 refuse vehicles.

The company manages a total fleet of 180 vehicles for the authority.

Bristol Waste Company’s fleet manager Iain Fortune said: ‘We have a small work force and RVS has an excellent reputation for this kind of work.

‘They gave a competitive quote and are now undertaking a planned repair and service programme to give our vehicles a second lease of life.’

RVS has started giving a mid-life overhaul to the fleet, extending the life of the fleet run by Bristol Waste Company, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bristol Council.

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