Every day Fairfax Meadow trucks can be seen across the UK, helping customers in the hospitality sector to put great meat on their menus. Our team of drivers are proud to be the frontline of communication with these customers and it is essential that our brand and values are front and centre of everything we do.
We have recently taken delivery of two new vehicles, which have been supplied on long term contract hire from Prohire, each feature striking new livery demonstrating our passion for quality meat.
Penny Tomlinson Managing Director of Fairfax Meadow says, “from start to finish the Prohire team took great care to ensure that the vehicles were not only fully fit for delivering our quality products but also worked closely with our marketing team to ensure the new striking sign-writing design sets us apart in our sector”. Additionally, owing to the challenges faced by the entire hospitality sector Penny adds “Prohire and their suppliers were amazing, although the vehicles were ready a few months ago, they held off delivering and incepting the new contracts until customer orders started coming into us. We couldn’t have wished for better support and understanding than this”.
In response, Andrew Morley Group Sales Director at Prohire Limited said that his business was delighted to have been awarded this valuable new business which was their first order from Fairfax Meadow and to have helped during what has certainly been a challenging time for the entire hospitality sector. Prohire Limited supplies commercial vehicle Rental and Contract Hire to a wide range of business sectors, together with Fleet Maintenance, Accident Repair Management and Fleet Compliance.
Huge thanks to the team at Prohire and to our Head of Marketing, Michelle Dalley, who worked on the creative design for the new vehicle livery which includes astriking image of quality steak, accompanied by the strapline, “passionate about sensational steak”.
We’re really pleased with the end result and look forward to seeing the new Fairfax Meadow vehicles travelling up and down the UK.