IGGESUND Forestry, part of the Swedish Forestry Group, Holmen, has added five new Nissan Navara AT32s to its fleet, supplied by family owned and run Midlothian Nissan dealership, Alex F Noble & Son.
Iggesund, based at Workington in Cumbria, is the manufacturer of high end packaging in the shape of its renowned ‘Incada’ folding box board made from home grown spruce from the forests of Scotland and Northern England.
Gavin Davidson, Head of Forest Operations at Iggesund Forestry, said: “We have run a fleet of Navara Technas for a number of years which we have found to be great all-round vehicles.
“However, the AT32 is even better and a much more robust vehicle, so we’ve brought five into the fleet to add to the Technas. The new vehicles will be working throughout our forest operational area covering Scotland and Northern England.
David Noble, Dealer Principal at Alex F Noble & Son Nissan, said: “We’re very proud of our long association with Iggesund Forestry and delighted Gavin and his team are impressed with the new Navaras.
“The AT32 is the most capable Navara we’ve ever sold. Its blend of enhanced off-road ability and upgraded exterior features make it the ideal pickup for the work it will be doing with Iggesund in some of the roughest and remotest terrains throughout Scotland and the North of England.”