Another Boniface VLA Joins the PJ Kerley Fleet

Another Boniface VLA Joins the PJ Kerley Fleet


As one of Norfolk’s leading recovery and motor engineering companies, P J Kerley looked to its long-standing partner in the world of recovery, Boniface Engineering to build their latest vehicle. Tom Kerley’s directive was to build a high specification recovery vehicle on a MAN TGM 15.290 chassis that would deliver under all circumstances.

Tom’s exacting requirements were met with the delivery of Boniface’s flagship 6T VLA slidebed. With years of use and operation in the field, the “Very Low Angle” has proven itself time and time again to be robust and versatile - easily coping with everything from motorbike recovery to six-ton casualty vehicles. Six side winching points have been positioned along the bed and the Boniface Low Pull system fitted which enables a casualty to be winched onto the 2,000kg capacity 2nd car lift. The second car lift is adjustable for both width and tyre size, giving the operator the ability to move anything from the smallest car to the largest van. Manual control levers are housed in a control locker at the rear providing backup in the rare situation of lost or damaged remote control. The 8,000lb hydraulic sliding winch sits atop the VLA’s super rugged and highly durable aluminium deck, giving all the “pull” power you need to get the casualty where you need it.  As you can imagine, PJ Kerley’s new recovery vehicle has an array of the latest lighting technologies for “on-scene and recovery” situation. There is no chance of missing this vehicle when it’s out doing what it’s designed to do!!

There is no doubt that PJ Kerley’s new vehicle is making a big impact, so much so that Tom is already working closely with the Team at Boniface on their next project.

If you are interested and would like to find out how the VLA slidebed or any other Boniface product could change your business, give one of our friendly and professional sales team a call on 01842 754232. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for all the latest news and developments.

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