Our modern fleet of vehicles are available for your needs. All of our vehicles are regularly maintained and inspected to meet all legal requirement. All vehicles are fitted with state of the art tracking systems giving us continual knowledge of their progress. We can advise how a delivery is progressing as well as advising should there be any delays. Vehicles are also fitted with recording equipment which can be used as evidence in the event of an accident or incident.

 

All of our vehicles pay tribute to the famous Tamworth Pig “The Sandy Back”. Each of our vehicles has a caricature of a Sandy Back on it bearing the name of a member of staff, their families or good friends of the company. How many have your seen; get on our Facebook page and let us know.

CHL - Ange

Vehicle Make: Mercedes

Model: Curtain Slide Van 3.5t

Favourite Driver: Ian

CHL - Dave

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CHL - Elaine

Vehicle Make: Mercedes

Model: Curtain Slide 7.5t

Favourite Driver: Mick

CHL - Jayne

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CHL - Jake

Vehicle Make: Mercedes

Model: Luton 3.5t

Favourite Driver: Lee

CHL - Jess

Vehicle Make: MAN

Model: Curtain Slide 18t

Favourite Driver: Adam

CHL - Lachie

Vehicle Make: Mercedes

Model: Curtain Slide Van 3.5t

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CHL - Nicky

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CHL - Rosina

Vehicle Make: Mercedes

Model: Curtain Slide 7.5t

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CHL - Sarah

Vehicle Make: DAF

Model: 44t Artic

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CHL - Scott

Vehicle Make: MAN

Model: Curtain Slide 18t

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The Tamworth Pig, also known as a Sandy Back or a Tam, is a breed of domestic pig originating in its namesake Tamworth, Staffordshire. It is among the oldest of pig breeds, but as with many older breeds of livestock, it is not well suited to modern production methods and is listed "Vulnerable" as fewer than 300 registered breeding females remain. This animal is of ginger to red colour and is thought to have descended from wild boars. The Tamworth Two were a pair of Sandy Backs that escaped in 1998 and were nicknamed Butch and Sundance. There was a lot of public interest in their escape and they were on the run for over a week before being re-captured. They lived out the rest of their lives in an animal sanctuary.

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