Bandvulc cleans up on contract extension with CSG

Thursday 15th June 2017 | 0 Comments

 
Bandvulc has been involved with CSG for the past 8 years
Bandvulc has been involved with CSG for the past 8 years

The recently agreed extension with CSG (Cleansing Service Group – one of the largest privately owned waste management companies in the UK) sees Bandvulc continue to manage their fleet via BVPLUS+. Bandvulc has been involved with CSG for the past 8 years and this latest deal sees BVPLUS+ continue to manage their fleet of commercial vehicles for the next three years.

The deal sees a change in new tyre fitments to the Uniroyal brand, of which Bandvulc is the sole UK provider. CSG’s full tyre policy is Bandvulc and Uniroyal, both Continental Group products, and their various locations throughout the UK are serviced by Bandvulc’s Key Partner Network.

The agreement sees Uniroyal new tyres being fitted to all steer axle tyres supported by Bandvulc’s retread products on all other positions.

Mick Arnold, Fleet Engineer for the CSG Group commented: “The decision to extend our current agreement with Bandvulc was an easy one to make. The complete package of product, service and financial management that Bandvulc provides has proven to be successful and the extension of such an agreement offers the CSG Group continuity and added value in what continues to be a volatile market place. The Transport sector has seen many cost pressures and it is important that we maintain relationships and advantages by working with our supply partners as we do with our customers.”

Tony Doyle, sales channel manager for Bandvulc and CSG’s Account Manager is delighted with the extension and adds: “We place a lot of time and effort in working with our customers so that we all see long term benefits. This news reflects our endeavours and we are delighted to remain a long term supplier to CSG, managing each aspect of tyre delivery and management services throughout the UK via our contract division – BVPlus+”.

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