Buffaload appoints Ryan Smyth to manage vehicle rental fleet

Buffaload Logistics, the Cambridgeshire-based double-deck trailer specialists have appointed Ryan Smyth as Rental Manager to oversee the company’s expanding temperature controlled and ambient trailer rental fleet.
Ryan, who has 15 years industry experience, was previously a branch sales manager with a leading player in the truck and trailer rental sector. He will be based at Buffaload’s headquarters in Ellington and takes on the day-to-day responsibility for all vehicle rental and fleet coordination nationwide.
“Buffaload is a leading operator in the high volume temperature controlled logistics business with impressive growth year on year.” says Ryan, “The trailer rental side of the business is expanding in line with the company’s nationwide contracts. My objective is to ensure our fleet is serviced to the highest standard before, during and after each rental whilst providing 24/7 nationwide support to our customers 365 days a year. We love double-deck trailers: we know them inside and out. Our goal is to provide excellent customer service and reliable moving deck trailers at a competitive price.”
Buffaload Logistics currently operates 87 temperature controlled double- deck trailers alongside a range of temperature controlled single-deck trailers and dry freight vehicles. The fleet is supported by a network of warehousing and cross-dock facilities which spans the country and includes its recently opened site in Livingston, Scotland.
Buffaload Logistics’ Sales Director, Graham Usher, is upbeat regarding the new appointment.
“I am delighted Ryan is joining the Buffaload team. His experience, enthusiasm and drive will be invaluable in helping us to continue the growth of our rental business. Retailers and food producers throughout the UK are benefiting from the ‘more load-less cost’ advantages associated with our fully-managed transport and consolidation services. Meanwhile, the demand for flexible, short and longer term rental of our high volume temperature controlled trailers is increasing.”