Company also adds four-wheel-drive equipped vehicles.
Wincanton Records Management (WRM), a U.K.-based document storage firm, has announced the arrival of its new fleet of vehicles with a newly designed livery. The vehicles will service customers throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.
As well as replacing vehicles, the new fleet contains a wider mix of vehicle type to support WRM’s clients’ changing needs, the company says. Many of the new vehicles also feature four-wheel drive, which the company says will ensure that WRM continues to maintain regular service through challenging weather conditions.
David Woolley, WRM development director, says, “One of our core values at WRM is to shape our services around our customers’ needs, and the introduction of the enhanced and newly designed liveried vehicles are a direct response to feedback we received from our customers. We are operating in an increasingly pressurized marketplace, and it’s important that we continue to innovate and respond to the changing demands of our clients. We started with the introduction of all-wheel drive vehicles during the winter last year and are introducing two mobile shredding vehicles this year, so the new liveried vehicles were a natural next-step to ensure our transport services remain unrivalled in the industry.”
The new vehicles will be equipped with temperature-controlled sealed containers, dual-key starting systems and a GPS tracking devices.
WRM has 10 records management centers across the U.K., storing more than 20 million documents in total.