Dyno provides customers with round-the-clock drainage, plumbing and heating services, so its engineers need vans they can count on to get them to the scenes of home emergencies and problems as quickly and reliably as possible. For Dyno franchise Reza Asghar, that means the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
Mr Asghar’s Beckenham-based business represents the nationwide specialist in south London and Kent. It operates a fleet of 20 vans, the latest seven of which are fuel-efficient Sprinter 313 CDI models supplied by the Mercedes-Benz East London Van Centre.
The Dealer’s Key Account Manager Erica Stredwick has also taken orders for a further four vehicles, these being 314 CDI variants with cleaner, ‘greener’ Euro 6 engines. As with his previous Sprinters, Mr Asghar will again be taking advantage of competitive funding support from Mercedes-Benz Financial Services to acquire his new vans.
The Sprinters, which wear Dyno’s high-visibility orange and grey livery, carry high-pressure jetting machines, hoses and water tanks, cctv cameras and other, more utilitarian tools such as drills and spades.
Mr Asghar explained: “The nature of our work means that when customers call it’s invariably to report an emergency. For this reason it’s crucial that we can rely on our vehicles, which is why I have chosen Mercedes-Benz.”
While a couple of the new vehicles have Long bodies, most are Medium-length versions. “Several of the south London postcodes that we cover are highly congested and fact that the Medium variant is just over a metre shorter makes it much easier to park, while it also has a significantly tighter turning circle,” said Mr Asghar.