Wolverhampton based trailer rental, leasing and fleet management company, Wiseva Ltd, has extended their fleet offering with the addition of 30 new SDC Curtainsiders.
Following the delivery of ten Freespan Curtainsiders in January, Wiseva placed an order for another 20 trailers as they scale up their UK rental fleet.
Available now, Wiseva’s new EN – XL rated Curtainsiders feature a clear side aperture and advanced Easy-roll curtain rail technology, providing a highly efficient and reliable solution for sideloading. The trailers come with BPW eco-plus axles, Haldex generation 3 braking, Aspock lighting and a tracking system fitted by UKAP Automotive which provides customers with added security and peace of mind.
Mark Vann, Director at Wiseva commented: “Our latest delivery of new curtainsider trailers reflects our commitment to providing the highest quality trailer rental and leasing equipment on the market. Customer satisfaction is key to our long-term growth, and I am pleased to provide customers with the industry’s leading trailer brand, SDC. The new Freespan trailers have been very well received in the market and will be a valued asset for our customer base throughout the UK.”
In addition to Vehicle and Trailer contract hire and rental, Wiseva offers new Truck and Trailer sales, as well as new and used Container sales throughout the UK and Europe. The team is made up of an industry of experts combining over 100 years of industry experience in the sales, service, maintenance, and operation of trucks, trailers and vans. Wiseva’s range covers all makes and models of trailers, rigids and tractor units.
Paul Bratton, SDC Trailers President added: “I am thrilled to support Wiseva’s expanding trailer fleet with a bespoke specification to meet their gold standard equipment requirement. With over 42 years’ experience, SDC is the market leader for trailer design, quality, and service, our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality solutions to our customers and I look forward to continuing our partnership with Wiseva in the future.”