Willmotts adds Tiger reefers

Shepton Mallet, UK: Willmotts has taken an unspecified number of new temperature-controlled trailers from Tiger Trailers.

The trailers are 13.6m single-temperature trailers for Willmotts’ food and drink accounts.

“We’ve always been very pleased with the quality and specification of Tiger Trailers’ products and the high level of service provided from the manufacturer’s teams, from sales and handover/delivery to aftercare. We are extremely proud of our curtainsider fleet, which demonstrates their desire to match customers’ bespoke requirements from features ranging in size from tail-lifts, through to lighting and safety decals, and we had no hesitation in welcoming some of the first of Tiger’s new temperature-controlled trailers to our inventory”, said Andy Stott, group managing director, Stotts Group.

Tiger Trailers’ Siberian temperature-controlled vehicles include home delivery vehicles, rigids, single and double-deck trailers. Stephen Pollock, business development Ddrector, Tiger Trailers said: “Assisting Willmotts has always been a pleasure and they have become a cherished customer of ours. It’s rewarding to work with such a large operator with diverse load requirements, as evidenced through our steps to meet paper transportation regulations, and with a team that is so passionate about their trailers, trucks and other vehicles.”


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