Bacton Transport receives Scania trucks

Haulage company Bacton Transport has received 11 new Scania Trucks that will be based out of its head office in Woolpit, Suffolk.

First established in 1932, Bacton Transport began its roots in haulage by supporting the family farm. In addition to Woolpit, the firm now has an operating centre in Notthingham and has expanded into contract distribution: serving supermarkets, horticultural retailers, and pallet networks.

Bacton Transport relies on its 70-strong mixed marque fleet to move customers freight every day.

The order consisted of 5 x G 320 6x2 rigids with a curtainside body by Laurence David and a tuckaway tail-lift, alongside 6 x R 460 6x2/2 with the latest Super powertrain.

Operating across the UK and to support the increase in construction work, the trucks will clock up to 140,000kms annually. Backed by a seven-year R & M, the trucks will be maintained by TruckEast Bury St Edmunds.

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