Brambledown drive growth through new fleet investment
BRAMBLEDOWN LANDSCAPES DRIVING FORWARD GROWTH WITH NEW INVESTMENT
Brambledown Landscape Services Ltd have introduced a strategic 4 year plan to renew a fleet of more than 40 commercial vehicles by 2022.
With offices in Tyne & Wear, County Durham and Yorkshire Brambledown have introduced a 3-4 year entire fleet renewal strategy in order to maintain growing turnover and increased demand for their services, which can stretch from East to West Coast across Northern England.
Two new Tippers, alongside a Berlingo van have arrived this week, and are amongst the first batch of approximately 10 new vehicles to be brought into the fleet this year.
Established in 1972, Brambledown now employ almost 80 full time staff. The North East and Yorkshire based company have decided that the time is right to make a large investment in their fleet to improve its vast coverage across the North of the UK.
Brambledown Landscapes see a busy, and exciting time ahead, having secured some large projects which will start later this year and run through 2019. We feel that confidence that clients are showing in us as a company, and the skilled services we offer, needs to be matched with investment. We have also just won a National Landscape Industry (BALI) Award and demand for our services is very strong.
Brambledown have always maintained a prudent approach to investment, and this is no different. A new fleet of vehicles will enable us to deliver a better service to our clients, improve fuel efficiency, whilst also lowering emissions dramatically. We feel that now is the right time to invest in new, reliable, state of the art vehicles which will proudly showcase our company as one of the premier Independent Landscape companies in the UK.
Brambledown are now looking to develop new business contracts with both private and commercial customers in industries including leisure & tourism, sport and the public sector.
Brambledown Landscapes have some very good client relationships, which we work very hard to maintain. Brambledown see the opportunity to build on these throughout 2019 and beyond.”
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