Rockmount Vehicle Maintenance
Rockmount Vehicle Maintenance is part of the Ballyvesey Holdings Group. It was initially created as an internal maintenance division to assist with the ongoing servicing and maintenance of the fleet of vehicles, plant and equipment. In 2010, the maintenance division became known as Rockmount Vehicle Maintenance Ltd and as such a separate identity within the Group.
The site, based with close proximity to the M2 in Mallusk, boasts a 35,000ft², 23 bay workshop.
- 30 workshop staff
- 6 inspection pits
- Two 8 tonne crane
- DVA Spec MAHA rolling road brake tester
- Mobile column lifts
- Vehicle wash bay
- 24 hour manned site
- Truckfile fleet maintenance
- Third party tyre contractor on site at all times (callouts available)
- ABS / EBS trailer diagnostics
- Xentry diagnostic units
- 24 hour truck and trailer breakdown
- 25 standing MOT appointments and
- MOT applications
- Onsite tank wash bay
- Collection and delivery
- Full trailer repairs from routine servicing to major accident damage, estimates and repairs
- Tail-loft LOLER and weight testing
- Tachograph calibration: digital and analogue
- Contracts with windscreen repairers and air conditioning agents
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