RASE has celebrated its 50th year in business by investing £800,000 in eight new vehicles – four are Scania 44-tonne tractor units and four are Scania 26- tonne rigid trucks.
Six of the eight vehicles are now on the road with the remaining two vehicles being delivered in June 2017.
These new vehicles will help RASE handle the increased expansion and volume of its workload following the securing of two new logistics contracts this year.
RASE was founded in 1967 by David and Jean Hill in Market Rasen and the main source of income is from COMAH warehousing and the distribution of crop protection products and farm fertilizers. Over the years RASE has continued to expand and Geoff Hill (Managing Director) has lead the growth of the company aiming to improve global recognition, income and the efficiency of the company.
The new vehicles all feature the RASE 50th emblem to mark this Anniversary year.