DX Group invests in speed and efficiency

DX Group invests in speed and efficiency

Parcel delivery and logistics business DX Group has taken delivery of 160 new trucks, based on the 7.5-tonne MAN TGL chassis and with box bodies by Bevan Group.

The Bevan21 bodies have aerodynamic, curved roofs, and the 1,000kg tuckaway tail-lifts are by DEL.

These are the first trucks to sport the DX Group’s new livery, which was applied by Bevan’s graphics depot division.

DX Group fleet and compliance director Darren Bell – who joined the Slough-based operator last year – says Bevan Group “surpassed all expectations” for speed and efficiency on the 160-vehicle project.

“The order covered a substantial number of vehicles, but Bevan Group committed to a tight, eight-week production schedule, which it then met. It also did so without prejudicing quality, as the bodies are clearly built to a very high standard,” says Bell.

Bevan has been building bodies for DX Group for many years, and its graphics depot team has applied livery for the last six years.

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