Aggregate Industries Minimix Truck

Aggregate Industries Minimix continues to grow

  • 25 Apr 2017

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Aggregate Industries has invested in five new vehicles to bring its popular Minimix service to even more customers.

The Minimix provides small loads of concrete through a national network of plants across the UK, available for delivery whenever required by the customer. Sites with access difficulties and all small load orders are offered a specialist solution as the service covers the length and breadth of the country.

Paul Wetherll, site manager at Wearmouth Construction said he is always pleased to use Aggregate Industries Minimix for smaller loads of concrete.

Growing demand has led to the addition of five new vehicles, taking the fleet up to 54, allowing the business to serve more customers whilst maintaining a quicker and reliable service.

Simon Wycherley, General Manager at Aggregate Industries Concrete South explained “We are committed to ensuring the right solution to all of our customer’s needs and this means that we will continue to grow our Minimix fleet across the UK, while ensuring the same seamless, second to none customer service.”

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