Integra adds beefy Relays to fleet

Date: Friday, September 12, 2008

Eleven Citroën Relay 35s fitted with beefy 160hp 3.0-litre HDi diesel engines are going into service with Integra Utility Services. All L3H2 3.5-tonne vans, they'll be hauling plant trailers grossing at 2.0 tonnes.

 

The newcomers are being supplied through Leamington Spa dealer Murley Citroën. Subject to 30 month contract hire with maintenance agreements with Pendragon, they're scheduled to cover up to 62,500 miles apiece during their time with the fleet.

Each van's load area is ply-lined and fitted with racking, and a full-height bulkhead separates the cargo bay from the cab. The Relays are also equipped with roof-mounted beacons plus high-visibility red and yellow reflective panels on their rear doors.

With a fleet of 85 Berlingos plus a large number of Dispatches and Relays, Midlands-based Integra now has well over 100 Citroën vans in service. Its activities include laying water mains on building sites and installing water meters.

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