Fitting and maintenance will be carried out on Michelin’s behalf by national service partner Tructyre, alongside some independent Michelin Service Pro dealers.
As part of the new agreement, Michelin will be supporting Gregory Distribution as the business looks to reduce its carbon footprint.
The company is currently trialling ‘Michelin X Multi Energy’ tyres – specifically designed to help regional or national haulage operations reduce fuel consumption – on certain parts of the fleet.
Andrew Chapple, Head of Fleet, Property, and Procurement at Gregory Distribution said: “We haven’t got the full results of the trial yet, but the X Multi Energy range is definitely something we are looking at.
“We’re always searching for ways to improve the sustainability of our operation and reduce our CO2 emissions, and we will be working closely with Michelin to help us meet those goals.”