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Lexia Solutions renews tyre deal with ATS

Asbestos and demolition contracting specialist Lexia Solutions Group has renewed a national tyre service deal with ATS Euromaster across its fleet of 350 cars and light commercial vehicles.

ATS Euromaster will supply and fit tyres across the Lexia Solutions Group fleet.
ATS Euromaster will supply and fit tyres across the Lexia Solutions Group fleet.

The renewal extends a relationship between ATS Euromaster and group companies Rhodar, Thermac (Hire) and Bagnall UK, which began five years ago – with the fleet primarily used to transport crews, tools and equipment to sites across the UK.

A key factor in the renewal was ATS’ ability to offer 24/7 tyre-related support for highly regulated and high-security environments, such as airports and power stations.

Under the new contract, an ATS Euromaster technician will visit Lexia Solutions Group’s network of depots every six weeks to carry out routine tyre inspections across the fleet, providing recommendations for remedial work to increase tyre life and protect against the likelihood of tyre-related downtime. The deal will also see Lexia Solutions Group specify Michelin tyres to maximise tyre life and performance.

The contract also covers consolidated monthly invoicing to reduce the administration workload.

Steven Haigh, transport manager at Lexia Solutions Group, said: “Having tyre experts like ATS Euromaster on board makes such a difference to our fleet. Their knowledge helps us get the most out of our tyres, and by running on premium fitments, we get the best blend of safety, performance and fuel efficiency.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 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. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.

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