Seven continue to deliver for on their long-standing relationship with Stalbridge Linen

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09:00 Fri 25th Oct 2019 | Posted By UKHAULIER

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Johnsons Stalbridge Linen (JSL) became the latest company to receive their latest set of fleet renewals and additions from Seven Asset Management, a leading provider of commercial vehicle contract hire and fleet management services throughout the UK; the premium catering, hotel and restaurant linen suppliers have built a well-established relationship with Seven Asset. The full-service Contract Hire deal included 5 new ULEZ compliant LWB Mercedes Benz Sprinter 314 vans, which have all been fitted with night silent reverse alarms, ply lining and cat locks as well as an integrated 3G VUE camera system. The vehicles will be operational from a number of JSL depots as they look to continue their expansion within the laundry industry.

The market that JSL operates within requires extremely high reliability of deliveries, which in turn places high emphasis on minimal downtime. Seven have been supplying vehicles to JSL since 2006 and have developed a unique understanding of their operational requirements; efficiently managing any downtime with their specialist in-house customer care team who utilise the latest technology and IT systems to track defects, breakdowns and services. As well as this a team of fully qualified mobile fleet engineers provide pre-emptive maintenance and on-site repairs to further reduce the likelihood of any potential downtime.

As part of the recent JSL re-branding process, these latest fleet renewals provide a first look at their new eye-catching blue livery scheme.

Steve Cole, Deputy MD at Seven Asset Management, said: “It is a big deal for us that JSL continue to recognise the outstanding levels of customer service that we offer in an extremely competitive market, as we approach a 14-year working relationship we understand their operational requirements inside out.

We look forward to working with them over the coming years and hope we can play an increasing part in their continued growth.”

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