Dennison Trailers is increasing its road presence in Scotland after securing a major deal with Dyce Carriers. The supply contract will see 20 brand new oil-specification Platform skeletal trailers (PSKs) trailers enter the Dyce Carriers fleet.
In a little over forty years, Dyce Carriers has grown to become a National Road Transport business with over 100 employees and a modern fleet of around 100 vehicles. With a head office in Aberdeen, the company also operates depots in Invergordon, Dalgety Bay, Grangemouth and Poole. While Dyce Carriers business may have grown, its values as a company has stayed the same. With hard-work, customer service, and safety still at the core of its business model.
Dennison Trailers has been building high-quality trailers for over 50 years, with a passion for engineering excellence, continuous product development and the highest standards of customer service. At its modern factories in Naas and Lancaster UK, the family owned company is a leading manufacturer of award-winning skeletals, curtainsiders, tippers, platforms, machinery carriers and a range of specialist trailers, including the innovative sliding bogie.
James Dennison, MD Dennison Trailers having conducted the deal commented: “We are delighted to now be supplying Dyce Carriers with 20 new platform trailers. 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’ MD, Jason Moir added: “Dyce Carriers is thrilled to be adding 20 new trailers to our existing fleet, as we continue to provide high-quality haulage for our clients. 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”.