GMA buys four new Daf FTG XF 510 Super Space Cab tractor units from Chassis Cab

Commercial Motor
June 14, 2017

Warehousing and transport specialist GMA has acquired four new Daf FTG XF 510 Super Space Cab tractor units from Chassis Cab.

The new trucks will join the firm’s two Daf FTG XF vehicles that were purchased from the Suffolk-based dealership in a conquest deal six months ago. Independently owned GMA’s 30-strong multi-marque fleet operates from East Anglia and carries out curtain-sided distribution, container transport and heavy transport throughout the UK.

David Scarff at Chassis Cab said: “We are delighted that our initial conquest sale has proved so successful, resulting in the subsequent order for four more Daf tractor units. Our trucks' core values of safety, care for the environment and quality align perfectly with those of GMA.” 

GMA transport manager Peter Bennett added: “Our additional investment in the Daf units is based on high vehicle specification, great fuel efficiency, vehicle reliability, aftersales support and whole-life cost.”

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