Morphy Richards takes delivery of trucks and trailers from Ryder

Commercial Motor
May 17, 2017

Ryder is supplying new customer Morphy Richards with a mix of trucks and trailers. 

The order from the domestic appliance supplier includes three Mercedes-Benz Actros 2543LS 44-tonners, a curtain-sided Daf CF220 18-tonner with tail-lift, a curtain-sided Daf LF150 with tail-lift, and four SDC trailers on five-year contract hire.The Actros tractors have PowerShift gearboxes, while the Dafs feature manual transmissions.

The vehicles will carry out deliveries to retailers across the UK from the Morphy Richards DC in Mexborough, South Yorkshire. Ryder is also supplying eight SDC skeletal trailers, which will be used to collect and return containers from UK rail ports.

Ryder sales and marketing director John Murray says: “We’re delighted to partner with Morphy Richards for the first time. We understand that flexible servicing and a focus on vehicle uptime are key factors for an increasing number of operators. By partnering with us, Morphy Richards can focus on serving its customers, while Ryder concentrates on maximising its vehicles’ uptime.”

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