SJ Bargh chooses Goodyear for five years

Will Shiers
April 26, 2019


Milk logistics specialist SJ Bargh has extended its contact with Goodyear for another five years.

The company, which has two sites at Stoke-on-Trent and Lancaster, runs a 500-plus fleet using a mixture of Goodyear KMAX and Omnitrac tyres.

SJ Bargh runs a modern fleet of farm collection and secondary vehicles, which largely consist of the Scania R-Series, from its two main operating sites and four regional hubs, collecting and delivering four million litres of milk every day.

The Goodyear KMAX range is designed to provide extensive mileage and help reduce downtime and maintenance costs, while the Omnitrac range caters for vehicles operating in mixed service applications by offering enhanced traction for on and off-road applications and greater robustness.

“We are delighted to have renewed our contract with Goodyear. As logistics experts, it is vital that we have the best equipment to keep our fleets moving around the country and the all-round quality of the tyres allows us to do this. We are very much looking forward to the next five years in partnership”, commented Anthony Finlayson Green, the managing director of SJ Bargh Group.

Backed by dedicated support from TruckForce, SJ Bargh has peace of mind thanks to its tyre service and breakdown assistance, which includes 24/7 roadside support and therefore minimises the impact of any unexpected downtime.

“As a leading logistics supplier, we are thrilled to be extending our already strong partnership with SJ Bargh, for another five years”, commented David Howe, general manager of Commercial at Goodyear.

“We are very proud to be able to support in the day-to-day operations of the company, which work towards helping its clients deliver their products through a highly connected network. It is fantastic to see the continued trust in Goodyear’s tyres from such a respected logistics supplier within the UK.” 

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Will Shiers

Will has been the editor of Commercial Motor magazine since 2011 and is the UK jury member of the International Truck of the Year.

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