Versalift signs Renault truck deal

 Versalift VTE-34-125 The Versalift VTE-34-125

Versalift United Kingdom will purchase a large number of Renault trucks through distributor RH Commercials.

The investment in the 153 Renault Trucks Master Red Editions will see customers gain access to repair and maintenance through the Renault Trucks Network of around 80 dealer points across the UK and Ireland, receiving the assurance and support of the Masters Red Edition.

Additionally, they enjoy the benefits of a two-year extended warranty on spare parts installed by approved Renault Trucks repairers.

“We chose to build on Renault for its availability, ease of business, and exceptional support, aligning perfectly with our commitment to customer satisfaction,” said Andy Bray, Managing Director at Versalift United Kingdom.

Heightened productivity 

The partnership brings benefits to its customers, including a heightened focus on productivity, readily available stock, competitive pricing, and proven engineering, said the company.

 Versalift VTE-34-125

Leveraging years of experience with Renault at Versalift France, Versalift UK will ensure its customers receive excellent quality and reliability with every conversion.

“Our strategic partnership with Renault aligns perfectly with our company’s objectives of keeping you safe whilst maximising productivity, as part of our National Support initiative,” added Andy.

Available for mounting on the Renault, Versalift’s VTL range achieves up to 14m working height and includes the new VTE-125.

The VTE-125 boasts an easy setup and use, manufactured with a high-strength steel construction for improved durability and is suited to telecoms maintenance and infrastructure installation.

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