kscarbel2 Posted July 19, 2016 Share Posted July 19, 2016 Transport Engineer / July 18, 2016 A Staunton Groundworks and Civil Engineering has added two Renault Range C430.32 8x4 tippers to its 30-strong fleet, citing favourable experiences with Renault vans and recommendations from others. The Leigh-on-Sea-based operator’s new 32-tonners were supplied by Renault Trucks Essex and mounted with a Fruehauf double-insulated tipper body, Epsilon crane with grab bucket, FORS camera warning system and an onboard weighing system. “We have been running Renault vans for a while and they’ve been working well for us,” comments director Anthony Staunton. “So when we were looking for new tippers everyone recommended the Range C. I certainly [haven’t been] disappointed: I really liked the look of them and now I think they are the best looking trucks on the road.” That matters: as Staunton says, keeping drivers happy is a priority for any successful operation. “They are really impressed and are dying to get out in them. In fact we are all so pleased that I am considering getting another one.” These Range C tippers are now being used across Essex Highways and Hertfordshire Council Highways on maintenance projects. . Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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