The 27 RCVs all feature Olympus 20m3 bodies and Terberg OmniDEL Electric bin lifts which Dennis Eagle says are quieter to operate and reduce emissions and fuel consumption.
The new vehicles also offer greater manoeuvrability thanks to the chassis’ shorter wheelbase as well as the rear-steer axle, and the new Elite+ cab will ensure that drivers have a more comfortable ride.
‘Getting complete vehicles from an original equipment manufacturer has significant benefits,’ said Dennis Eagle’s regional sales manager Dan Foden.
‘Throughout the process, from the time of ordering, followed by delivery and then supporting the vehicles once they are in operation, there’s just one company to deal with. It saves so much time and is so much more reliable.
‘Added to that, the three main components – the chassis, body and bin lift – are designed to work together. It couldn’t be more efficient.
‘The last RCVs Greenwich bought from us were three 19m3 narrow track trucks in 2020 when the Elite+ cab had not been launched. But now it’s here, these vehicles offer everything drivers, crews and operators could want.
‘And Dennis Eagle also aims to offer the best Aftermarket support in the industry because that is vital to any fleet’s operation. Our Bexley Service Centre is less than eight miles down the road from the Greenwich depot which means any work they need doing will be quick and easy to arrange.’