Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), the global logistics and supply chain solutions provider, is more than quadrupling its fleet of lorries to cater for the growing demand for the transportation of perishable goods.
By the end of 2021, it will have taken delivery of 14 new trucks (four DAF and 10 IVECO), with a further 20 new vehicles scheduled for delivery in 2022.
The company said all the lorries will feature impactful branding and are compliant with the latest Euro V1 emission standards, as well as being DVS compliant. The new vehicles represent a total investment of £2.5m.
All of the trucks are destined for PML’s new state-of-the-art facility at Lympne, Kent which is due to open January 2022.
Commenting on the investment, sales director Nick Finbow said, “Once again, PML is reinvesting in the business to ensure it can continue to offer the highest standard of customer service, combining exemplary industry knowledge and expertise with the very best technology and innovation.
“We remain resolute in our commitment to stay ahead of the curve and to future-proof our business, this investment is just another example of PML’s forward thinking – and the company’s ability to quickly respond to its customers’ needs.”
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