Heathrow Truck Centre
Heathrow Truck Centre (HTC) were one of the first dealers to take on a DAF franchise in the UK. We currently have 8 dealerships around the south-east, located at Heathrow, Dunstable, Park Royal, Hemel Hempstead, Reading, Oxford, Croydon and Belvedere, covering the M4, M40, the M25, M1 and the A1(M) areas.
All our customers benefit from organisational programmes recognised by ISO 9001 accreditation which manifests itself in fast turnaround in our extensive workshop facilities and high stock levels of parts for both DAF and all makes through our TRP parts range.
Our hugely varied customers include smaller fleets run by regional manufacturing and construction companies’ right up to national logistics operators running mixed fleets and specialist trailers.
As industry changes are driven both by efficiency and environmental issues, Heathrow Truck Centre strives to remain at the forefront of dealer performance by undertaking an ongoing training programme, ensuring staff across all departments use the latest facilities at our disposal, and can advise all our customers of the latest advances made by DAF Trucks.
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