UK-based OEM, Dennison Trailers, has agreed to supply Dyce Carriers with 20 oil spec platform skeletal trailers (PSKs).
The new PSKs will join Dyce Carriers' fleet to reinforce its general haulage duties throughout Europe.
“We are delighted to now be supplying Dyce Carriers with 20 new platform trailers,” said Dennison Trailers Managing Director, James Dennison. “The two companies have a real connection through their respective rich history and we are delighted to see new Dennison Trailers on the road in Scotland and beyond. An area we are passionate about as a company.”
Dyce Carriers is headquartered in Aberdeen and operates depots in Invergordon, Dalgety Bay, Grangemouth and Poole. The fleet comprises around 100 vehicles and employs more than 100 staff.
“Dyce Carrier’s are thrilled to be adding 20 new trailers to our existing fleet, as we continue to provide high-quality haulage for our clients,” said Dyce Carriers Managing Director, Jason Moir. “We entered into this deal as we recognised the shared values that our two companies have in common; a commitment to first-rate service. We look forward to seeing the trailers on the road across the country.”
Dennison Trailers has been building high-quality trailers for more than 50 years, with a passion for engineering excellence, continuous product development and the highest standards of customer service. Dennison produces a range of trailers including skels, curtainsiders, tippers, platforms, machinery carriers and other specialist trailers, including its sliding bogie, at its modern facilities in Naas, Ireland, and Lancaster, UK.