Harrison Solway adds six new curtainsiders as business grows

George Barrow
November 11, 2022

Harrison Solway has taken delivery of six new curtainsider trailers from SDC as the firm, which specialises in food, grocery, and general products transport looks to expand its reach across the UK.

The 4.4m tri-axle trailers have been built at SDC’s Mansfield factory and fitted with Haldex braking and roll stability system, ISO Regulation and LED lighting, GRP toolbox, protection buffers, sliding coupling box and JOST landing legs.

The trailers have also been fitted with custom print design curtains that include ‘Divine Chocolate’, ‘CPD Direct’, ‘Cartwright & Butler’ and ‘Finlays’ [pictured] liveries.

Lee Solway, director of Harrison Solway Logistics, said: “At Harrison Solway Logistics we pride ourselves on our efficient, prompt, and professional logistics services and expanding our modern trailer fleet will allow us to build on our unparalleled level of customer service. SDC deliver an extremely robust build and high-quality finish which is evident across our existing SDC trailer fleet, our clients are extremely pleased with the equipment and the efficient service and product backup offered by SDC. The bespoke liveries offer a professional finish, and we are pleased to support our long-standing clients in this way, further strengthening our partnerships with fantastic brands”.

Harrison Solway Logistics offers specialist consolidation services to retailers in the grocery, office and stationery, high street shops and discount selling sectors.

Matthew Duxbury, SDC trailers sales manager said: “Customer satisfaction is one of SDC’s core values alongside our commitment to developing high quality semi-trailer solutions that will add value to our customers operations. We are delighted to support Lee and the team with trailers that meet the needs of their client base as they continue to expand their haulage, distribution, and logistics services.”

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George Barrow

George Barrow has been writing about nearly anything with wheels for the past 15 years, starting off his career in the car industry and ending up in commercial vehicles via a brief detour to cover technology, science and start-ups. Often found behind the wheel of a new product, his real interest lies in the business side of the automotive industry. George is the UK jury member of the International Van of the Year and International Pick-Up Award.

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