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2014 Vol 4 No 3

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W J Linkline Clean Up with Low Emission Trucks

WJ Linkline Group are investing £3.5M in new road marking trucks in line with its strategy on carbon footprint, pollution reductions and commitment to safer roads for all.

As part of that investment four state of the art 12 Ton DAF Euro 6 Trucks with the latest low exhaust emission technology have already arrived into the Croydon depot for road marking operations on the London Highways Alliance Contracts (LoHAC).

"Running modern equipment saves money and reduces emissions, not just through modern engine technology but fewer breakdowns and less disruption.

"We plan for our operations to be sustainable have minimal social and environmental impact whilst still operating profitably; it’s part of what we like to call behavioural efficiency" said Wayne Johnston WJ Group Managing Director.

"Our road marking trucks are designed and built by our group engineering division to ensure the latest ideas on safety, environment and efficiency are incorporated within a continuous improvement policy" added Johnston.

WJ have also introduced the innovative concept of the rear triple preheater system, allowing white, yellow and red markings to be contracted with one vehicle during one visit to site.
Fewer vehicle movements mean fewer emissions, less fuel usage, reduced congestion at road works and safer roads all achieved with increased efficiency – truly more for less demonstrating that it’s the simplest ideas that work best.

WJ have spent over £10.4 million in new plant, equipment and training over the last 3 years and are continuing that trend with further investment.

For more information >>> W J Linkline

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