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SDC supports men’s mental health charity

West Yorkshire-based Brocklehurst Transport is raising awareness for local mental health charity ‘Andy’s Man Club’ with striking livery on its new delivery of Freespan Curtainsiders.

The trailers were built by Mansfield-based semi-trailer manufacturer SDC who also supported the campaign with a donation of £1,000 towards the charity’s activities.

By choosing to display the Andy’s Man Club livery on its new fleet, Brocklehurst Transport hopes to encourage more men to seek help when they need it.

“We are proud to be supporting such an important charity as Andy’s Man Club,” said Dave Webster, managing director of Brocklehurst Transport.

“Mental health is a serious issue, and we believe that it’s important to raise awareness and show our support for those who are struggling.

“These trailers will be travelling across the country, and we hope that they will help to start conversations and encourage more men to seek help.”

Andy’s Man Club provides a safe and non-judgmental space for men to talk about their mental health issues. They operate a network of clubs across the UK, where men can come together to support each other and share their experiences, removing the stigma around men’s mental health.

Matthew Duxbury, sales manager at SDC Trailers added: “We are delighted to have been chosen by Brocklehurst Transport for this latest order and to show our support for Andy’s Man Club.

“The trailers look fantastic and will really help to raise awareness, over many miles of reliable service for Brocklehurst Transport.”

The trailer order features eight new SDC Freespan trailers built to EN 12642-XL standard with a custom specification in line with Brocklehurst’s full and part-load services.