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Dawsonrentals Vans opens two new sites

Dawsonrentals Vans has opened two new van rental depots in Ipswich and Reading.

The company has strengthened its national presence by opening a new van rental site in Reading, which is worth over £1 million in infrastructure and asset investment.

The 1.5-acre site is situated on the edge of Thatcham and will provide a hub for Dawsonrentals Vans in the M40 corridor.

It follows the opening of a new facility in Ipswich, located just outside Great Blakenham and worth £2.5 million in infrastructure and asset investment.

The company says the expansion reflects the growing demand for vehicles throughout the UK.

The new location will support its growing customer base in the East Anglia region, supporting its existing network, as well as new customers within the surrounding area.

Gareth Jones, managing director of Dawsonrentals Vans, said: “We are delighted to launch our first sites in Ipswich and Berkshire, with facilities that will be capable of managing our growth aspirations for years to come.

“The new depot further provides an opportunity for us to strengthen the connection of our sites across the UK.

“As a company not only do we want to provide a great rental service to the surrounding companies, we also want to support the local area with new employment opportunities.”

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