Deal marks a decade of partnership between the waste management company and dealer United Diesel
Renault Truck’s Dubai and the Northern Emirates distributor United Diesel and recycling and waste recovery company SUEZ Middle East Recycling, have celebrated the tenth anniversary of their partnership with the delivery of three Renault Trucks K range 6×4 models, equipped with Excel waste management.
SUEZ Middle East Recycling is a local subsidiary of the French-based global group SUEZ. With 90,000 people on the five continents. The group recovers 17 million tons of waste a year, produces 3.9 million tons of secondary raw materials and 7 TWh of local renewable energy. It also secures water resources, delivering wastewater treatment services to 58 million people and reusing 882 million m3 of wastewater.
“It’s been more than 10 years since we started working with SUEZ and the company now has a fleet of 150 trucks, over 50 of which are Renault Trucks. The latest order is a true example of the strength of our relationship and the trust SUEZ has in our brand and aftersales team,” said Wael Mekhail, Renault Trucks brand manager at United Diesel.
The Renault Trucks K range launched in the Middle East at the end of 2014 features an all-steel bumper, and the French truck-maker claims it also has excellent ground clearance and the best approach angle on the market. With the capacity to fit a variety of body types, the range can be easily adapted to a wide range of applications and customer demands in the long haulage, distribution and construction industries, says Renault Trucks.
“Renault Trucks provide an ideal platform to serve our waste collection fleet requirements,” remarked André-Louis Brenier, general manager, SUEZ Middle East Recycling. “Renault Trucks are state of the art machinery able to meet the highly demanding and sophisticated prerequisites of our business. SUEZ Middle East Recycling offers digital technologies and innovative solutions, which are complimented by Renault Trucks on board smart systems. We are honoured to continue working with them closely and progressively.’’