The Logistics Organisation adds to van fleet with Vanaways

Date: Thursday, April 18, 2024   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Courier company The Logistics Organisation has purchased 50 new vans from Vanaways.

The deal comprises Fiat Ducato L3H2 panel vans, with The Logistics Organisation – which is ranked in the top 10 suppliers of delivery drivers to both Amazon and FedEx – said to have switched to Fiat from a premium brand.

Owner and director of The Logistics Organisation Keith Page said: “Unless anything changes we’re going to switch over our entire fleet. It’s hard to justify using a prestige brand these days – end customers don’t care as long as their parcel arrives on time and drivers find value vans tend to be more economical.

“We’ve spoken with our previous supplier and they’ve said there’s nothing they can do to compete on price with Fiat, so we’ve no choice but to move at this time.”

Vanaways business development director Liam Nicholas (pictured with The Logistics Organisation transport manager Daniel Truchin) said: “Our recent work with The Logistics Organisation is a great example of how manufacturers such as Fiat are offering fleet owners a range of quality but affordable products.

“Everything’s changing – customers are focusing on seeking the best value for money for their fleets. And the way we buy and sell vehicles is changing, too, giving companies like ours the ability to be extremely competitive on pricing while offering fast ordering and delivery.

“It’s great to see that The Logistics Organisation is embracing these changes and that their drivers are set to benefit from the positive and efficient delivery that Vanaways can provide.

“We’re happy to be working with the team and we’ll look forward to continuing our relationship as they replace the current fleet with newer models.”


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