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Courier firm prioritises compliance and professionalism with new Vito fleet

JMHC Logistics has commissioned a fleet of 33 Vito vans, marking the first time it’s owned vehicles from Mercedes-Benz.

James and Rebecca Hall, of JMHC Logistics, with Mercedes-Benz Vans’ Mike Parrott
James and Rebecca Hall, of JMHC Logistics, with Mercedes-Benz Vans’ Mike Parrott

The firm, which became one of the first courier companies to secure Van Excellence accreditation from the Freight Transport Association this year, said it’s committed to raising standards of professionalism and improving public perceptions of the courier sector, helped by the new vehicles.

The Vito vans are all long-wheelbase 111 CDI models with 1.6-litre powerplants and front-wheel drive, supplied by Mercedes-Benz Vans’ Retailer of the Year Northside Truck & Van.

James Hall, who founded JMHC Logistics in 2011 along with his wife Rebecca Hall, commented: “Unlike some who work in this sector we take our corporate responsibilities extremely seriously, and this Vito order speaks volumes for our determination to bring compliance and professionalism to the market. We’ve rented Sprinters in the past, so know from experience how reliable Mercedes-Benz vans are. They also lead the field in terms of comfort and safety, while commanding strong residual values.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

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