To support its expanding business, the company is spending more than three quarters of a million pounds in upgrading and buying new trailers for its fleet.
This includes £500, 000 on 35 new, slope frame ISO skeletal trailers from UK manufacturer Dennison and a further £300, 000 in refurbishing 55 skeletal trailers.
The new trailers will be delivered in September and will operate in the UK on Suttons international business moving tank containers to and from UK ports and railheads and making customer deliveries.
Earlier this year the company, which is a specialist in moving bulk liquids and chemicals around the world, invested £9.5m in new tanks, the first of which have just been delivered.
Andrew Palmer, group managing director of Suttons, said
“This is another significant investment in new equipment as the company continues to win new business and grow.
“Our ability to deliver a safe and reliable service is recognised by our customers and throughout the industry and we have recently been shortlisted for a prestigious safety award.”
Suttons is based in Cheshire, UK and operates globally with key business centres also in Essen, Houston, Kuantan, Le Havre, New Jersey, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo.