Hyva UK has supplied another 15 skiploaders to Dunmow Waste Management in the east of England.
The NG2012XL skiploaders are equipped with Hyva Easy Sheet and Radio Remote. The Easy Sheet hydraulically operated sheeting system can cover a container in less than one minute – turn around, loading and unloading times are fast, maximising productivity.
The Radio Remote system controls both body and sheeting system from a driver friendly handheld unit, enabling the driver to position himself safely for the best view whilst operating the loader.
The Hyva skiploader system is a market leader in the UK, with over 60 per cent of operators choosing it for reliability, strength, durability, and speed in operation, according to the manufacturer.
These new skiploaders, to be delivered during Spring 2021, will expand Dunmow’s existing fleet of 40 specialist waste collection vehicles, which includes six Hyva hookloaders and 28 skiploaders.
“Hyva is our supplier of choice for hookloaders and skiploaders. Hyva just understands skips and hooks so well,” said Sam Malins, CEO, Dunmow Waste management. “We were first introduced to Hyva in 2013 at an industry trade show and initially placed an order for 4 hookloaders. Hyva Skiploaders look good, are well built, and are easy for the driver to operate.”
Dunmow Waste Management has over 30 years’ experience in providing Essex with commercial and domestic skip hire and recycling solutions. The company leads the way by proudly investing in state-of-the-art facilities and technology and their commitment to their fleet is no exception.
“Dunmow know that Hyva products are built for the job. Our excellent customer service is valued, and they have the confidence that if anything does go wrong, it will be rectified,” commented Kevin Haynes, Account Manager, Hyva UK.
“Our business strategy is to run the vehicles for 3-4 years, before renewing the fleet and we are happy in the knowledge that the strong residual resales value for Hyva equipped vehicles is the best in the market – a wise investment,” concluded Sam Malins.