NRG Fleet Services acquires Noblet Municipal Services

Published:  02 February, 2015

NRG Fleet Services, an independent contract hire, and fleet management specialist, has acquired the total shareholding of Preston-based Noblet Municipal Services(NMS), also incorporating Alex Inglis (Blantyre).

‘This acquisition is a complimentary fit into NRG and its main operating companies Riverside Truck Rental and Direct Tyre Management and will serve to further strengthen the level of customer service being delivered, through an increased fleet of specialist municipal vehicles and a large network of service depots,' said NRGs Managing Director, Sid Sadique.

‘Customers will also benefit from much larger sales and service teams dedicated to rental, maintenance, fleet management and tyre provision. This will serve to enhance the excellent working relationship our customers and NMS, combining the strengths of both companies to deliver unrivalled customer service across the United Kingdom,' he continued.

‘We are understandably delighted to have acquired Noblet Municipal Services, and we are confident that company will play an important part in helping us strengthen our market standing here in the UK. We have some ambitious plans for the future and this is a further development of our corporate strategy aimed at providing an ever-expanding customer base and depot network, with increasingly bespoke and innovative fleet management solutions.

‘Furthermore, we aim to ensure that our hire fleets are supported by the highest levels of service in order to minimise downtime and maximise operating efficiencies,' Sid concluded.

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