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Aitken Spence Logistics enhances fleet

Aitken Spence Logistics further demonstrated its commitment towards continuous improvement with enhancements to its fleet of equipment. The addition of new equipment falls in line with the belief of delivering service par excellence for the company’s longstanding clients.

Among notable additions to the fleet are six new forklifts, 12 prime movers and an empty container handler to advance its operations in the fields of Container Freight Station (CFS), Transportation and Inland Container Terminal (ICT). In keeping with the belief of maintaining uncompromising standards of quality, the purchases were made from Toyota, Tata and Konecranes.

The selection of equipment vendors is carried out by Aitken Spence Logistics with reliable quality and service in mind and has been a success factor for the company in the years of its operation.

Chief Operating Officer, Aitken Spence Logistics, Janaka Gunawardena said, “We believe it is essential that we maintain the highest levels of quality and reliability in all our operations. This has always been something that we emphasise.

“With the expansion of our client base, we have maintained a consistent level of quality that made us successful from the inception of our business and this is our greatest achievement. We have remained closely aligned with the best in our industry and our investments reflect this belief that the best in the industry must partner the best,” he said.

The new additions to the fleet are part of the continuous expansion and upgrading of capacity that Aitken Spence Logistics have led in the recent past and the company aims to achieve improvements in service quality and efficiency through consistent enhancements to the fleet.

As such, the company will also add on to its fleet a brand new 10 Ton Boom Truck in the near future aiming to strengthen its project cargo logistics capabilities.