The new RCVs bring the vehicle hire company’s total rental stock to more than 200 vehicles.
Bob Sweetland, managing director at CTS Hire, said: ‘This is a major fleet investment and signifies further growth for CTS Hire. It is also a demonstration of our commitment to maintain a high proportion of new vehicles within our rental stock.
‘We want our customers to benefit from the very latest vehicle technology. These vehicles feature lower emission Euro 6 engines and are fully equipped with safety and tracking technology.’
The new fleet includes a combination of Dennis Eagle Elite narrow and standard width 18-tonne and 26-tonne refuse vehicles.
The vehicles are fitted with Terberg automatic split bin lifts, equipped with 360° camera systems and tracking technology and are Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) compliant.
CTS Hire added two all-electric RCVs to its rental fleet at the end of last year, enabling councils and vehicle operators to trial the technology before committing in the long term.