Champion trusts Iveco to Deliver

30th April 2013

In a further sign of confidence in the future of the Building Industry, regional Plant & Tool Hire specialists, Champion Hire Ltd, have taken delivery of 12 new Iveco 3.

5t dropside pickups, as part of their investment plans for the future. The vehicles were supplied by North East Truck & Van Ltd with bodywork and corporate Identity from Martin Williams Ltd, both of Hull. Champion Hire, who are based in Yorkshire & the North Midlands, plan a further investment into 7.5T Iveco beaver-tail trucks as part of its strategy for recovery from the long economic recession. "Guaranteeing the best delivery & collection service of Plant & Tools for our customers is paramount" said Champion's M.D. Keith White "and this investment is a measure of our faith in Iveco, who make an excellent vehicle that we can rely on" Ian Cohen, sales mgr of supplier, North East Truck of Hull commented -Champion Hire are a long established business that we at NETV are pleased to be able to support, in providing economical and reliable vehicles that allows them to get the job done effectively. We look forward to working with Champion Hire in 2013 and beyond

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