FUCHS Lubricants, based in Stoke-on-Trent, has added four new low-profile truck cabs to its 40+ strong fleet.

The investment sees FUCHS further cement itself as one of the largest oils and lubricants delivery and support fleets in the UK.

Further investment has come with the upgrade of three delivery curtainsiders, and three delivery tankers.

Steve Brown, fleet manager for FUCHS, said: “We’re delighted to continue our investment in our infrastructure by adding these new truck cabs to our fleet.These additions will aid product deliveries and will further enhance our ability to support our UK-wide customer base.

“All vehicles in our fleet are fully liveried, so you cannot fail to see them travelling up and down the country. Our Dereham depot, catering for the needs of Norfolk’s agricultural industry, also has its own small fleet of liveried vehicles.”

The delivery service offered includes working with first class partners and is complemented by operating a bespoke fleet of fully FUCHS-liveried commercial vehicles.

Ranging from transit type pick-ups through to articulated units, it enables FUCHS to benefit from complete logistical control of operations with maximum flexibility to meet all customers’ needs.

In addition, full technical operational engineering support is provided by a dedicated team of
experienced Technical and Service Support Technicians. Based at Customer manufacturing sites, others providing regular site visits, this coverage ensures maximum support and efficiency for all UK customers.

To date, the bespoke fleet incorporates 25 road going delivery vehicles as well as over 20 smaller vans and cars.

Each truck is fitted with active vehicle tracking and utilisation programmes ensuring that the FUCHS fleet is highly efficient.

FUCHS UK is committed to providing high performance products alongside excellent service – and recent multi-million-pound investments is evidence of that.

The FUCHS UK manufacturing plant has undergone substantial investments over the past number of years, with more developments planned to greater improve the distribution capabilities and future lubricant production needs in 2019/20.