The professional services of ATS Euromaster have been endorsed by by Lancashire-based removals and logistics specialist Andrew Porter Ltd. The removals company recently chose ATS Euromaster to fit and service the tyres of its 150 vehicle fleet.
Following the switch to a 100 per cent Pirelli policy for its commercial fleet, Andrew Porter selected the tyre supplier to equip their fleet and maintain the tyres to a high standard.
Andrew Porter operates a wide range of commercial automobiles, spanning from 40 tonne lorries to 3.5 tonne vans, all maintained by Fairport Garages in Adlington. ATS Euromasters’ is prepared to service the varied fleet, having extensive experience with a broad range of tyres. Their team are adept at regrooving truck tyres, puncture repair and rotating wheels to maximise tyre life.
Director at Fairport Garages, David Porter said: “Having a company which is easy to do business with is important to us and the team at ATS Euromaster haven’t disappointed. We have a dedicated mobile tyre technician who carries out all of our routine tyre fitting and service work.”
Andrew Porter previously used a local independent service provider, but was dissatisfied with their lack of technical know-how and skill. ATS Euromaster’s knowledgeable team appealed to the removals company, along with their affordable pricing and 24-hour pan-European roadside assistance.
“We wanted to ensure we had the best service provider for our fleet in the UK and the fact ATS Euromaster could support us in the event of a tyre failure in Europe was an extra bonus,” said Mr Porter.
The Lancashire-based removals company has already taken advantage of ATS Euromasters’ 24/7 support, following one driver’s breakdown in northern France. The call for assistance came just three days after Andrew Porter signed its contract with ATS Euromaster.
Mr Porter said: “If we hadn’t had ATS Euromaster on board, we’d have struggled to get expert assistance to our driver so quickly. The technician arrived with exactly the right tyre, ensuring our driver was back on the road in no time.”