Lloyds bank has been supplied with six mobile branches by its fleet subsidiary, Lex Autolease.
These first mobile branches will serve local communities in and around Carmarthen and Ebbw Vale in South Wales, St Austell in Cornwall, Totnes in Devon, Chester-le-Street in County Durham and Cirencester in the Cotswolds.
They are the first of eight mobile branches which will be introduced across the Lloyds Bank network by April, extending the existing fleet of eight which are already operating in the Bank of Scotland network.
The bespoke builds are based on a medium wheelbase Iveco chassis cab with six speed gearbox and a Euro6 engine.
The mobile branches were designed and constructed to ensure ease of maintenance, keeping them on the road where and when they’re needed. They will be operated by G4S with ongoing fleet management and maintenance provided by BT Fleet.
Tim Porter, managing director of Lex Autolease said: “The introduction of these mobile branches is just part of the strong growth we’ve seen in the Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) sector.”