Total QSR refreshes van fleet

Total QSR van crop
Total QSR’s new van fleet livery.

Wiltshire-based distributor Total QSR has unveiled its new fleet of service vans.

The firm has an ever-growing customer base and so wanted its fleet to look the part whilst attending jobs.

The spruced-up vans should enable Total QSR to make more of its service staff available at any one time, and the exterior of the vehicles, including the company details, are designed to ensure that the dealer’s brand remains easily recognisable, even out on the road.

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Operations director Luke Herridge said: “The new vehicles came out very well. We’re immensely proud of them and it is another smart way of helping increase brand awareness, as well as making sure we can keep more of our service engineers on the road to fulfil our mission of keeping our clients open for business.”

The distributor provides catering equipment and servicing to end user sectors including QSRs, schools, coffee shops, service stations, public houses, supermarkets, holiday parks, high street retailers, cafes, garden centres, breweries, construction companies and hospitals.

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Clare Nicholls

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  1. The van design is great at getting the company name out there however it leaves you with the question “but what do you do?’.

    It certainly grabs the eye, yet it seems they may have missed out on an obvious advertising oppurtunity.

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