CCH Logistics announced that it has entered into a yearly contract for tyre replacement with Apollo Vredestein.
CCH’s workshop manager Gavin Jones thinks the Vredestein Comtrac 2 All Season tyres performed better than other top quality tyres.
He said: “After trialling on all our vehicles for almost a year, we were persuaded that they performed better than other top quality tyres, with even wear, impressive longevity, and Vredestein’s two-year accidental damage warranty for extra peace of mind.”
Vredestein UK's fleet and lease manager Ricky Mitchell said: “To fleet operators, of course cost is always an important factor, and Vredestein is very competitive, but our customers also value the personal approach within our account management.”
All CCH vehicle tyres are going to be replaced with Vredestein products on a yearly contract.
Apollo Vredestein UK’s country manager Karl Naylor said: “Despite the recent decline in new car registrations, the market is still very strong compared to previous years.
“We believe that the drop is mostly related to the previous boom in personal leasing. SMEs which use cars and vans as part of their everyday business is a specific area of the market and our internal research shows that it is at the very least stable, or even growing.
“Vredestein’s SME targeting, combined with the recent announcement of our brand’s entry in the OE sector as a partner to Seat, VW and Ford, has ensured that our position in the fleet segment has never been stronger.”