Serco Now Offering New Design Interlink Trailers

Serco’s new style dry freight interlink trailers boast a higher than the norm loading volume of 141m3 which directly contributes towards lowering transport costs. The vehicles have impressed the market and Serco already has an order of 16 from a customer, Vicky’s Transport (VTS). The Superlink trailer configuration has a through loading capability to ensure…

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Serco’s New Refrigerated Trailers Lighten Loads and Elevate Image

Serco is breaking new ground in terms of vehicle weight reduction with its expanded line of refrigerated trailers. The cutting-edge innovations empower customers to tailor their transport solutions, setting a new standard for efficiency and customisation. “Our injected panel technology which we have offered for several years has given customers improved durability and thermal performance,”…

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Serco powers ahead with Solar Energy for Boksburg facility

Serco’s premises in Gauteng are now fully powered by solar energy! The company’s ongoing commitment to green initiatives have seen a state-of-the-art 150kW hybrid solar system introduced with 370 x 405Watt panels, and the latest high voltage inverters coupled with 320kW’s of batteries, installed at the factory in Boksburg. This development follows the installation of solar…

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Serco-Built Mobile Clinics Exceed Customer’s Expectations

SERCO was assigned by Spartan Truck Hire to build three mobile clinics for use by Shout-It-Now in areas where there is little or no access to medical care and attention in South Africa. The deal was funded by PEPFAR – the United States’ President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief – which is the largest commitment…

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SERCO Industries celebrates 40-year milestone

Clinton Holcroft – CEO of SERCO Industries in South Africa – says the only thing we can say about the future with certainty is that there will always be more crises, it’s how we respond and adapt that determines if we will come through stronger or not. To read full article, click on link below:…

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Fuel Savings Features Assist in Reducing Transport Costs

The implementation of constructive ideas and innovations to reduce fuel consumption in today’s high transport cost world has the potential to make a positive impact on the “bottom line” of companies, small businesses and individuals. In the heavy vehicle sector, leading South African truck and trailer building company Serco offers several features and additions to…

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Poor Roads and Shortages of New Trucks Boost Repair Business

Vehicles of all descriptions – including trucks and trailers – are suffering damage due to the shocking condition of some roads in South Africa. Added to that, challenges with sourcing new trucks due to global supply chain shortages and delays at the country’s ports have resulted in transporters having to make their vehicles last longer,…

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Serco Takes a Load Off!

A redesigned chassis for refrigerated trailers offering a weight saving of 580kg against the norm is now available in South Africa and already catching the eye of customers. The new style chassis has been developed by Serco, one of the country’s leading truck and trailer building companies. CEO Clinton Holcroft said following feedback from customers…

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Serco new curtain sider with lightweight bonded ply floor

Serco’s decision to expand their offering into curtain-siders and van bodies on rigid vehicles recently, is paying dividends with a recent order from Universal Plywood (UP) for new tautliner truck bodies fitted with digitally printed curtains. A tautliner is a generic name for a curtain-sided body which is used to carry a variety of different types…

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