CONTINUING their drive to success, independent family-owned G&P Fuller Limited say their new van has been designed around their needs, to their exact specification and is “built to last”.
Mark Fuller, Director, has taken delivery of a new MAN TGE Panel van from Ian Bourne at Aquila Truck Centres in Tipton. The powerful and economical 3.180 engine combined with the smooth and efficient gearbox convinced Mark that MAN were the men for the job!
After their old fleet had started to come to the end of it’s useful life, Mark had to address the issue of replacing his Ford Transit. Mark comments “I looked long and hard, from the Sprinter, to the Crafter to another Transit, but after seeing the MAN TGE with Ian at Aquila, I knew we were at the end of our search. The vans already have a niche and there’s a certain element of knowing that they’ve made great MAN Trucks for years, that made me think they would solve our issue.”
“Ian Bourne helped me specify the van to how I wanted it – with important things like a heated front screen, DAB radio and Sat Nav, to knowing that the van could be serviced overnight thus keeping it on the road, all added up to a great product and we struck a deal that suited us both”.
Ian Bourne, of Aquila, added “Mark came to me pretty fed up with his search, having been met with poor customer service. We pride ourselves at Aquila on going the extra mile, and the personal touch, and I was happy to do so for Mark. His van looks great, and we are really grateful for his custom.”
“I’m sure that G&P Fuller will go on for many more successful years, safe in the knowledge that they are in the right commercial vehicle hands. It’s great to be able to handover a professional looking van that’s fully equipped for Mark. As a team, we are delighted to see the MAN TGE vans operational and out at customer sites.”