Dennis Eagle, part of Terberg Environmental, is a world leader in the design and manufacture of refuse collection vehicles, with an established reputation for supplying quality products that meet the highest expectations in terms of performance, cost and delivery.
Committed to the continued development of innovative solutions for the waste and recycling market, the company provides complete vehicle solutions, producing refuse collection bodies, chassis and bin lifts. Its comprehensive product portfolio offers a configuration to suit every application, and this is backed-up by unrivalled customer service provided by the largest aftersales and support structure in the industry.
Today, Dennis Eagle manufactures over 1,000 units per year for UK local authorities and private sector contractors. In addition, via Terberg Environmental, our other subsidiaries and dealers there is a continually expanding customer base overseas, including in continental Europe, Scandinavia, Australia and the U.S.A.
The company has consistently led the low entry chassis market, and its Elite 6 cab has been proven to offer an unparalleled standard of direct driver visibility and cyclist safety. As a result of the company’s expertise in developing large trucks with high visibility cabs for use in urban environments, it was approached by TfL to take part in the Construction Logistics and Community Safety (CLOCS) initiative.
The CLOCS initiative has led to the development of an Urban Safety Vehicle range, which currently includes skip-loader, tipper and tipper grab variants, with plans to introduce a number of other body options moving forward.
Dennis Eagle’s headquarters is based in Warwick, but the company has 14 additional locations across the UK, including a cab manufacturing facility in Blackpool and 13 regional service centres providing aftermarket care.
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