Seven things you need to know about: Truck and Plant Asset Management

Commercial Motor
July 21, 2017

Who are you, and where can I find you?
Truck and Plant Asset Management is run by father and son David and James Bradshaw. Our address is 176-177 New Road, Skewen, Neath Port Talbot, Wales SA10 6HD.

What is your history?
The company was set up about four years ago by David and James Bradshaw.

What do you sell?
We are an online auction site that sells a wide range of light and heavy commercial vehicles, including all makes of tractor units and trailers. We also sell heavy plant, cranes and cars. We can arrange delivery to the docks and shipping.

When are you open?
Our main weekday opening hours are 9am to 6pm but we offer a flexible service where we can be contacted out of hours. On Saturdays, our main office hours are 9am until 2pm but again we are flexible and can be contacted out of hours.

What facilities do you have?
A waiting room, a conference room and a canteen with tea and coffee making facilities.

What can I expect when I buy a truck from you?
Our inspector carries out a full report on each vehicle and we provide ample diesel for the customer to get their vehicle to the nearest service station.

How do I contact you?
Tel: 08444410081 or 01792448080

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