Dennis Eagle, the global manufacturer of refuse collection vehicles, has signed a major deal to renew the national service contract for all of its heavy-duty mobile columns lifts in the UK.
The Warwick-based company has agreed to continue its long-standing relationship with Halesowen-based TotalKare, who will be responsible for servicing and maintaining over 50 different sets of column lifts.
Reliable and trusted supplier to Dennis Eagle
“Our Service Centres offer quality facilities committed to meeting all our clients’ repair and maintenance needs. We have an established reputation for producing high quality refuse collection vehicles, therefore having a reliable and trusted supplier in place is imperative to our continued success by helping to ensure our vehicles spend as much time on the road as possible,” commented David Nicholls, Service Operations Manager (South) for Dennis Eagle.
“The addition of the TotalKare T8DC cable-free mobile column lifts enabled us to enhance our offer at Service Centres throughout the UK, so it was a simple decision to renew the service contract. It gives us the peace of mind that we have everything in place to continue providing unrivalled client service.”
Dennis Eagle has been producing industry-leading refuse collection vehicles since 1907 and recently previewed the eCollect – an all-electric refuse truck created for zero-emission, low-noise urban refuse collection – at the IFTA exhibition in Munich.
Multiple sets of mobile column lifts
To support its UK client base, the company boasts 10 service centres around the country, each equipped with multiple sets of heavy-duty mobile column lifts from TotalKare.
A truly versatile solution, each column is capable of safely lifting up to 7,500kg and is simple to manoeuvre around the workshop. They can also be used in sets of up to eight columns, providing a total lifting capacity of 60,000kg per set.
Brian Young, National Account Manager for TotalKare, said: “Our flexible, cable-free T8DC column lifts are perfect for refuse vehicles in the waste industry and the absence of interconnecting cables means Dennis Eagle is reducing the chance of slips, trips and falls, making the workshop a safer environment for their operatives.
“We have been supplying Dennis Eagle with market-leading vehicle lifting solutions for over 15 years and the renewal of this large-scale service contract extends this even further.”