Lawrence David in deal with Gulliver’s

Commercial Motor
July 6, 2016

Lawrence David is supplying 10 rigids for truck and trailer hire specialist Gulliver’s.

The Daf LF 15-tonners with day cabs feature a higher capacity battery so that frequent tail-lift use does not affect operation. EN 12642-XL-certified bodies feature Armoursheet Fastrap curtains with a buckleless design, combined with a Del Super Loader 1,000kg column tail-lift. Behind each curtain is a set of folding side-access steps that move up and down the length of the body, designed and engineered by Lawrence David.

The rigids also feature Wisa-Trans slip-resistant flooring, two steel storage units that are fitted on either side of the vehicle, eight sets of Strap Safe roof-mounted internal load securing straps and front and rear Lawrence David ratchet tensioners. They are being supplied to the DIY and home improvement chain Wickes.

Neil Jeremiah, sales director at Gulliver’s, praised Lawrence David for its “flexible approach and strong aftersales support.”

He added: “We bought a range of products including trailers and rigids, all of which are backed with an excellent maintenance package.”

This article was published in the 30 June issue of Commercial Motor. Why not subscribe to get 12 issues for just £12?


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