When James Hardie of James Hardie Funeral Services in Shettleston, Glasgow, called Greg Platt at Superior UK – it was clear that time was of the essence. Having been let down at the eleventh hour elsewhere, James needed two limousines to join his existing Binz hearse and Mercedes removal vehicle and complete his funeral fleet.
As well as being a specialist supplier of new Mercedes hearses, limousines and removal vehicles, Superior UK also has a strong reputation for providing quality used funeral vehicles. “I had spoken to Greg a few times over the last couple of years and I hoped he would be able to help.” James Hardie commented, “Greg listened closely to my requirements and was able to source and supply two pristine used Binz limousines that perfectly matched my existing fleet”.
The Superior choice for used funeral vehicles
The Binz limousines in black metallic paint with matching black leather interiors were prepped and ready for use within days, resulting in minimum impact and disruption for James’ business. “The service I received from Superior was first class” said James “I know it’s important to find the right supplier, and on this occasion, it made all the difference.”
James Hardie has been providing funeral and memorial services in the Glasgow area since 2000, previously the independent funeral firm had run a Ford fleet, but the time had come to upgrade and replace these vehicles. James made the decision to move to Mercedes, and is now very happy that he made the right choice for his business.
“I’m proud of our Mercedes fleet and I’ll be sticking with Mercedes from now on” said James “they look great, make the right impression and we’ve had fantastic feedback from families who felt our stunning Binz limousines helped to give their loved ones the send-off they deserved”.
Greg Platt commented, “It was a real pleasure dealing with James Hardie and I’m very pleased that Superior was able to provide exactly what was required in good time. I look forward to dealing with James in the future as he looks to expand the fleet further”.