TOYOTA PROACE IS THE COOL CHOICE FOR AIRCO’S FLEET
Refrigeration and Air conditioning specialist Airco has added 24 Toyota Proace vans to its fleet. The vehicles, delivered to the company’s Hull Head office this month, are being used by engineers installing and servicing refrigeration and heating equipment across the country. This is part of Airco’s continuing investment in the region alongside its investment in a new Head Office and on-going apprenticeship programmes.
When the company was founded by Neil Fisher in 1991, it had just one van. Today it has grown to become a specialist contractor delivering a full range of commercial air conditioning, refrigeration, heating and plumbing services. Airco employs more than 85 staff in offices across the UK. It has widened its business in recent years to include renewable energy solutions and has developed the Airco Centre of Excellence providing apprentice and bespoke engineering, management and health and safety training.
Airco specified Comfort grade medium-wheelbase Proace vans for its engineering team. Business owner Neil Fisher said, “We provide our customers with 24 hour coverage and the strength of our business is built on our responsiveness and ability to solve customer problems quickly and efficiently. We therefore required vehicles which were cost efficient and reliable whilst allowing our engineers to carry the levels of stock and equipment which allows us to ensure first time fixes on the majority of call outs. The Proace matched the brief and we are delighted to expand the Airco fleet.”
The Toyota Proace is available in three different body lengths, Compact, Medium and Long, with load capacities of up to 6.6m3 to meet a wide range business needs. Matched to a range of fuel efficient diesel engines and transmissions, Proace is helping Toyota expand its commercial vehicle business, supported by a network of specialist Business Centres across the UK. For more information about the Toyota commercial vehicle range and the location of Toyota’s Business Centres, visit www.toyota.co.uk.