Leading building services company, Mountjoy, has just taken delivery of its first factory-built Citroen Dual Fuel Berlingo vans and some New Look Relay tippers. The company, which operates throughout the South of England, from its depots at Newport (IoW), Portsmouth, Bournemouth and Fleet, now has some 70 Citroen Berlingo and Relay commercial vehicles in its 150 strong fleet.
The company’s latest Citroen commercial order includes five factory-built Dual Fuel Berlingo vans and two New Look Relay 1800 2.8HDi, medium wheelbase chassis cabs, equipped with Rohill alloy tipper bodies. The Berlingos and New Look Relay tippers complete an order for over 20 Berlingo vans, Relay vans and chassis cabs, placed earlier this year with supplying Citroen dealer Freeborn Garages, Southampton.
Graham Pengelly, Mountjoy’s managing director, remarks, "Mountjoy is a dynamic business, which is growing as it provides the benefits of a modern service culture in a traditional business sector. We expect the same attributes from our suppliers and Citroen and Freeborn Garages have provided us with the same high standards of service as we supply our customers."
He continues, "In the last two years we have found that the Berlingo and Relay ranges are extremely cost effective and suit our work very well. As a company we take our environmental responsibilities seriously and the factory built Dual Fuel Berlingos fit our move to lpg and low emission HDi diesel powered vehicles."
Mountjoy, a multi-facility building services company, purchases its vehicles and operates them for between four and five years, dependent on mileage. Formed 10 years ago, Mountjoy is now one of the largest companies of its type in the South of England. The company provides its public and private sector customer base with a wide range of construction, refurbishment and building maintenance services.Published 28 October 2002