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Central Demolition celebrate the arrival of Scotland’s first DAF XF FTM 8X4

Central Demolition Celebrate Scotland's First DAF XF FTM 8x4

Central Demolition celebrate the arrival of Scotland’s first DAF XF FTM 8X4

Proudly accepting delivery of the first DAF Euro 6 8×4 to be purchased in Scotland. The newest addition for Central Demolition was not through the gates at Bonny-Bridge long and cameras were on her. The new 510 HP 8×4 Heavy Hauler will be joining an already amazingly well presented logistics line-up, in fact possibly one of the best presented demolition fleets on the road in Scotland today.

Proudly wrapped in Central’s impressive new livery adorning another recent purchase and company flagship the Hitachi 870 Ultra-High Reach monster add to this the DAF’s elegant lines, distinctive grille and attractive easy on the eye smiley face styling and not forgetting the future of lighting the unit comes with, H7 halogen lighting with integrated Day Time Running Lights (4 LEDs and a first (heard of) in the haulage industry. LED light guarantee the greatest light output and a maximum service life with minimum energy consumption) make the new DAF XF and Central Demolition unmistakable so no excuses next time you see the lads on the road be sure to give them a wave you never know you might get one back.

Press release and images courtesy of: © 2015 Scottish Photography Productions | David Pollock | All rights reserved.

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