Domino’s Pizza will be hitting the UK's roads in a new fleet of delivery vehicles thanks to an exclusive two-year supply contract with commercial vehicle company Euroway.
The fleet of new and replacement vehicles for Domino’s will deliver dough and other essential pizza-making supplies from its commissaries in Milton Keynes, Penrith and Naas to the company’s 700+ store network.
Gareth Franks, director of food service at Domino’s Pizza, said: “Deliveries are made three times a week to each store so it's essential we have a fleet of reliable vehicles to ensure every one is stocked to rock and ready to serve customers with freshly made, piping hot pizza.
"The new livery is really eye-catching and we’re sure it will get motorists’ mouths watering as they see our trucks out and about on the roads.”
Domino’s fleet, comprising more than 60 refrigerated vehicles, will also be covered by a two-year FleetSure fleet maintenance agreement with Euroway.
Source: Domino’s Pizza
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