Oscrete Construction Products, a division of Christeyns UK Ltd, has invested in a new multi-compartment tanker capable of carrying 30,000 litres.
This is the first tanker purchase for Christeyns who have invested over £220k in it in order to streamline its construction chemical deliveries. Currently the company carries out bulk deliveries using a standard rigid lorry. This new tanker will mean that Oscrete can offer a much quicker and more efficient service, which will also provide health and safety benefits for the driver and delivery teams.
Richard Boardman, Logistics Manager at Christeyns, said: “Our reputation is based not only on our products but on the service we provide to our customers. The arrival of our new Oscrete tanker will have a huge impact on the distribution side of our business allowing us to offer an even better level of service.
We will be able to optimize transport scheduling within geographical areas, reduce delivery frequency and be much more pro-active. The investment made in this tanker will ensure we can meet growing demands and keep ahead of the game.”
Preparing for the arrival of the tanker has been a real team effort with two project teams working hard over the last few months to ensure things run smoothly. Along with the logistical planning of how the tanker will run on the road, the team has worked on the loading and unloading on site and how this will work around existing operations.
Oscrete Construction Products has a reputation for providing innovation, experience and first-class partnering to the precast concrete, readymix and the ready-to-use mortar industries.
The Oscrete Concrete division manufactures a range of high performance super-plasticising admixtures, waterproofing agents and efflorescence controllers that consistently deliver high value technical solutions to clients across the concrete industry. Quality products supported by highly trained technical support staff provide customers with the opportunity to innovate and continually develop their own product offering.
The tractor unit is from MAN and supplied through Steadplan Leeds. The tanker unit is from RTN Clayton Vallely in Birdwell, near Barnsley.