Access to high-quality vehicles and outstanding customer service has meant trolley repair, maintenance and refurbishment specialist TMS is exclusively working with Asset Alliance Group for all its fleet needs, including acquiring another two Don-Bur double-deck tail lift box van trailers.
The business, based in Glasgow, runs a 42-strong fleet comprising two 18 tonne rigids, two tractor units, nine trailers, one pick-up truck and 28 service vans.
The new additions, bought outright and supplied by Asset Alliance Group Sales Manager, James Farrell, will be used by TMS’ transport team to deliver refurbished trolleys to UK supermarkets nationwide, including ASDA and Tesco.
The business also collects abandoned ASDA trolleys using their app-based service COLLEX, which allows members of the public to share details of stolen trolleys they find.
Chairman at TMS, Stewart McKeown, says: “We used to source all of our own vehicles but since first working with Asset Alliance Group eight years ago, we’ve never looked back.
“Whenever we need a new vehicle – whether we’re looking to lease, rent or buy – we go straight to them. I trust them to listen to us and know they will deliver.
“They’re honest and their approach to business makes the whole process simple and transparent.”
McKeown adds: “The quality of the vehicles they provide and the expertise they offer makes them our go-to supplier. They’ve given us more than half of our current fleet and we’ll be looking for them to supply 100 per cent in coming years.”
Established in 1987, TMS has two main operating depots in Glasgow and Altham, Lancashire, as well as remote engineer teams based in Birmingham, London, Newcastle, Norfolk, Southampton and South Wales.