In acquiring International Trailers Ltd, Belfast headquartered AT&T Rentals is the all-Ireland distributor for Chereau Trailers. In doing so, the expanded company combines 80 years of experience in supplying and supporting premium brands within the refrigerated road transport sector.
In the press announcement AT&T stated: “As existing Chereau service partners, acquiring International Trailers has been a logical and proactive next step for us. We look forward to building on the robust relationship we already have with International Trailers, with bothbusinesses, no doubt, complimenting the other. In addition, the acquisition offers further peace of mind to new and existing Chereau customers by tapping into our well-established and unrivalled service and support we’re renowned for within our industry. In essence, the coming together allows us to combine the rounded and comprehensive offering both companies are very proud of, to Chereau customers all over Ireland, the UK and beyond.”
Based just ten minutes from Belfast, AT&T Rentals have been leading the way in Spot & Contract Hire for over 35 years. Supplying trucks – tractor-units, rigids, light commercials etc., and a wide selection of trailers, AT&T Rentals is well renowned for exceptional service and support across the industry. As a result, the rental company has developed a vast and loyal customer base.
Chereau refrigerated semi-trailers are recognised for their performance, durability, robustness, and their low maintenance costs. These qualities are the direct result of constant innovation, both in terms of body design and chassis and have been acknowledged in receiving numerous Trailer Innovation Awards.
All Chereau semi-trailers are approved at European level (RCE – European Community Approval), which facilitates the registration process as a new or used vehicle.
Established in Avranches, in Northern France, the factory and the company’s head office are now entirely Normandy-based. Located in the heart of Mont-Saint-Michel Bay area, Chereau’s four sites stretch between Avranches and Ducey with more than 60,000 m² of industrial buildings.