CMB Maintenance Opens The Door To A New Fleet Of Vans
CMB Maintenance Manager, Liam Wozencroft, with Vanaways Sales Director Paul Cox, with some of their brand-new vans at Cardiff City Stadium where both CMB Engineering and Maintenance have carried out a range of works and services.
With our Maintenance division growing month by month, they recently turned to Vanaways to provide 6 new additions to their fleet of vehicles. CMB Maintenance took the delivery of six new Renault vans – a mix of Kangoo and Trafic models – to help them meet the rising demand from their growing list of clients across the country.
The vehicles are now hard at work with their mobile maintenance engineers, providing a wide range of repairs and planned and preventative maintenance services, to public and private sectors across South Wales and beyond.
Liam Wozencroft commented on the vehicle expansion saying: “Our previous vehicles were starting to cost us money, so we were keen to get replacements in without delay. Although we had not dealt with Vanaways before, I was aware of the company from their active social media presence and the positive reviews I had read about their services online.”
“Our engineers rely on the vans to get to jobs on time, so we can’t afford to have vehicles off the road. The maintenance contract arranged by Vanaways ensures that, and the finance package was very competitively priced. Overall, we’re delighted with the service.”
This is a positive step forward for CMB Maintenance as they continue to expand and grow their client base. We’re looking forward to getting these vans out on the roads and having an even greater presence across Cardiff and beyond.
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