Charlton demonstrates its core strengths with Independent Builders Merchant Group

Monday, 8th November 2021


Long established as one of the UK’s leading suppliers of specialist truck bodies to the building supply industry, Charlton is now the preferred bodywork supplier to the rapidly growing Independent Builders Merchant Group (IBMG).

To date in 2021, Charlton has supplied IBMG with the bodywork for twelve new 26t chassis, plus five at 18t and one 16t vehicle.

Richard Beal, IBMG’s Senior Transport Manager says:

“We choose Charlton for our truck bodies for two main reasons. First is their exceptional build quality, with everything being supplied, fitted and finished by Charlton themselves. This means that when we get our trucks they are immediately ready to work.

The second is that Charlton makes enormous efforts to ensure that their products are always exactly what we want, and are therefore ready and willing to sit down with us to develop specifications that are precise to the finest detail. Our new trucks are very much the result of a real team effort to get them exactly right.”

Supplied to IBMG through Woking – based Translease Services, all the 18 vehicles delivered in 2021 are based on DAF CF and LF chassis.

The bodies of the 26t vehicles, as running with Parker Building Supplies, have 6300mm hardwood floors, triple planked aluminium dropsides and a steel framed tailboard. A full length subframe then supports rear mounted extendable stability legs, a short safety staircase and a rear – mounted Fassi F155 crane. As well as providing the best and easiest solution of driver access to the body, these cranes can be operated either by full remote control or via conventional levers.

By being mounted at the back of the truck the long – reach cranes also offer significantly increased versatility in being able to deliver loads at almost any point off the sides or rear of the vehicle.

Underneath the bodywork the rear – steer DAF 370hp CF 6×2 chassis provides an optimum blend of manoeuvrability and performance. Weighing in at just over 13t unladen, these new six wheelers offer a highly competitive payload allowance that is more than adequate for the generally mixed loads the trucks carry.

At 18 and 16 tonnes, the 4×2 DAF LF is IBMG’s truck of choice with the latest examples going to Group member Fairalls of Godstone. The bodywork of these trucks follows the core design and layout of the six wheelers, but on a reduced scale. These smaller trucks are therefore ideal for deliveries to more congested sites such as individual building plots and driveways.

In the last few years the Independent Builders Merchant Group has risen to become the largest independent supplier to the building trade across Southern England. As well as Parker and Fairalls, its members include Chandlers, Grant & Stone, Stamco, CRS, Perrys and RGB Building Supplies with the combined Group now operating from over 140 locations ranging from Kent to Cornwall.

Commenting further on his most recent new trucks, Richard Beal notes:

“the vehicles we need have to combine the highest possible levels of practicality, versatility and safety. They also have to be reliable and cost effective, right from the start. Getting the best possible specification is the key to achieving all those virtues, along with the very real expertise and support we get from Charlton and Translease.

This is a real team effort, and it works particularly well.”

Based in Dover, Charlton is a key part of the Croydon – based Thompsons Group.

Charlton and Translease will be supplying another 13 new vehicles to IBMG in 2022, with an as yet unspecified further quantity in 2023.




Loadmaster Lites deliver big payload plus for McGee’s new fleet of low cab, city – spec tippers

Monday, 19th July 2021


It’s Thompsons bodies once again for McGee as the company takes on a brand new fleet of ten innovative low-height tippers that have been purpose-designed for on-road operations in city and urban environments. And thanks to their latest Thompsons bodies, payload capacity has been significantly improved.

One of London’s leading specialist engineering contractors, McGee has made a major investment into its tipper fleet so as to secure the maximum possible productivity, economy and safety. Further supporting the company’s accreditation to the highest FORS Gold standard, these latest trucks meet all current and anticipated legislation for working in London and its environs.

A long – time user of Thompsons all-steel Loadmaster bodies, these latest L Cab 8×4 Scanias feature Loadmaster bodies once again but now in the significantly lighter single-skinned Loadmaster Lite specification. Whereas the company’s traditional 8x4s with their heavy duty double-skinned bodies tipped the scales at around 13,900kgs, these latest low cab tippers are some 500kgs lighter.

McGee’s Transport Manager Andy Weston says:

“Loadmaster Lite is the ideal tipper body for urban work. It’s more than tough enough to handle each and every job that comes along, whilst also providing a significant increase in payload. Add to that Thompsons’ superb quality of build, fit and finish – plus their whole range of details and options – and you have a product that fully equals the quality of the Scania chassis. ”

With their cabs being set further forward to achieve a lower height, overall vehicle length of the new tippers has increased. To offset this, having a ‘1 plus 3’ axle layout with the trailing and steering 4th axle located behind the double drive bogie gives the truck an effective wheelbase similar to a much shorter 6×4 tipper – with all the manoeuvrability and tight turning advantages that implies.

Andy adds:

“It’s an unusual fact that these longer vehicles are actually more versatile for city centre work. Not only are they able to navigate the streets better, but our drivers now have unmatched forward and side vision making our trucks appreciably safer for pedestrians, cyclists and other third parties.

Drivers also benefit from a much lower and easier entrance and exit height from their cabs, along with reduced in-cab noise as the engine is no longer directly under the cab floor. We’ve also specced these trucks with ‘road friendly’ air suspension that provides a softer, more relaxed ride as well as lower noise levels coming from the vehicle.”

Other features of these bodies bespoke to McGee include additional load retention panels atop the body side panels and a traffic light warning system to prevent overloading.

With their reduced ride height, these tippers are obviously not designed for heavy duty off-road work, although thanks to a simple raise/lower ride height control they can still tackle moderate work off the highway. Brought into their fleet to complement their conventional 8×4 models, McGee now has a fleet of tippers that are ideal for each and every type of operation.

Commenting for Thompsons, Joint Managing Director Scott Burton says:

“It’s great to see one of London’s leading civil engineering businesses taking tipper operation another stage forward. Having run our bodies for many years, McGee’s new fleet confirms that Loadmaster Lite is the obvious bodywork choice for the latest generation of city – spec tippers.

We wish them every success with their new trucks.”

A SuperLite supertruck! Charlton rocks on the back of Steve Wills’ superb Volvo 8×4 FH 540

Thursday, 26th November 2020


The SuperLite


Still a stronghold of family-owned transport businesses, England’s far south west boasts some of the most individual and highly specified trucks to be found anywhere in the UK. And no company demonstrates this pride of ownership better than Cornwall’s Steve Wills Haulage and its brand new Charlton – bodied 540hp sleeper cab 8×4 Volvo FH.

Owner Steve Wills says:

“This truck is another step forward. We’ve long been big fans of Swedish trucks including Volvo’s FMX, but this is our first FH. For this truck – as with all our recent tippers – we’ve gone for an all-steel Charlton SuperLite body with a cab-operated tailgate that’s the perfect complement to the top-level spec of the chassis. Together, they are an ideal pairing.”

As well as having a bigger cab, at 1250mm high the all – steel SuperLite’s bodysides are that bit taller too, making the new FH equally adept at carrying almost every type of payload from sand and aggregates to rocks and recyclables. And working in a county with plenty of steep inclines but no motorways, it made clear sense to specify the truck with Volvo’s mighty 540hp 13 litre diesel engine, which also pushes out a massive 2600Nm of torque. Fuel economy for the FH is great too, as that big engine not only reduces gearchanging but has also enabled the truck to be fitted with a higher differential ratio than is usual on Volvo tippers.

And the lucky driver of this new super – tipper? None other than Steve Wills’ 19-year old son Anthony, who has been driving for the company since the day he passed his test.

Anthony says:

“I still can’t quite believe it. When you see it in the yard before dawn it kind of takes your breath away. We’ve always gone for top level tippers, and this one is the best yet. It’s an absolute joy to spend the day in, and attracts highly positive comments from everyone who sees it. In turn, it’s a great advert for our company which, in addition to its huge capacity for work, is a key reason for having it.”

Surprisingly perhaps, the new FH is still very competitive on the weighbridge. This is partly because spec for spec, Charlton’s curved floor, ultra – durable SuperLite is the lightest steel tipper body on the UK market, so therefore an ideal choice for this particular chassis.

Anthony Wills also notes that “whilst the larger cab has obvious advantages – better forward visibility, extra room and reduced noise levels – it’s really just a bigger box of fresh air. The twelve alloy wheels also save around 240kgs or so over a standard tipper. As a result, the FH tips the scales at a very reasonable 12,900kgs to give a clear 19 tonnes plus payload which, given the performance and versatility on offer, we are more than happy with.”

Set up by Steve Wills almost 40 years ago, his haulage business remains a true family affair, with his younger sons Matthew and Daniel also keen to play their part. The company philosophy has always been to operate on a highly personal level, to keep things manageable and aim to be the very best at everything it does. The new FH bears clear testimony to that – as indeed do another two Volvos already on order for delivery in 2021.

Speaking for Charlton, Sales Director Andrew Gunn comments:

“Having supplied Steve Wills with tipper bodies for some years, we are delighted to have been chosen once again for their latest FH fleet flagship. Thanks to customers like Steve, Charlton has now established itself as the leading tipper bodybuilder for operators in the South West, our products having secured a premium reputation for quality, reliability and performance.”

Steve Wills’ new truck was supplied by Kevin Wills (no relation) of Stuarts Truck & Bus, Volvo main dealer for south west England. Providing local service and support in Cornwall, Stuarts has a branch just off the A30 at Roche, outside St. Austell.

Top-spec FH tipper

Anthony Wills



The Wills family


Thompsons Group scores 2-0 with Luton’s top tipper team

Tuesday, 11th February 2020


Given the wide range of tasks they have to handle, choosing exactly the right tipper body spec is rarely easy. For Thomas Bros. Excavations (Luton) Ltd, the choice had to be from either Thompsons or its sister company Charlton. With so many benefits accruing to each, the ultimate decision was easy – they wanted both.

Thomas Bros. Managing Director Andrew Burton, says:

“We’ve bought Thompsons bodies for years, so we know we can put them on any job whatsoever. That said, the Charlton product is similarly versatile, and with the added bonus of being around 200kgs lighter. So for the heavier duty tasks such as muckaway and site work, the Loadmaster has that extra bit of reserve strength and capability, whereas for carrying stone and our crushed recycled materials Charlton’s SuperLite has a worthwhile extra payload. For a multi-purpose tipper operation such as ours, they are a terrific combination!”

Fitted to MAN, Volvo and Scania chassis, both Thompsons’ Loadmaster Lite and Charlton’s SuperLite bodies are single skin designs built entirely in steel. This gives both types an optimal blend of strength, durability and carrying capacity. The Charlton body also has a curved floor, which makes the clean ejection of wet and sticky loads that much easier. Befitting its intended application, the SuperLite also has a lower side panel height than the Loadmaster, thereby helping to reduce overall weight.

Andrew Burton adds:

“We’ve already got a great track record with both these bodies, and in reality there’s no other product out there to touch either of them. Our chassis choice may vary from time to time, but for tipper bodies we always go for Thompsons. Today, our trucks are working harder and longer hours than ever, so we really need that extra margin of performance and reliability. It’s as simple as that.”

With many in the company being big fans of Luton Town Football Club, Andrew has had two of the latest Loadmasters painted up in the club’s distinctive and highly visible orange colour.

He says:

“They make great adverts, both for the club and ourselves. After all, football is almost as hard a game today as being a tipper operator!”

Speaking for Thompsons, Joint Managing Director Scott Burton says:

“We’re delighted to have secured another 10 bodies for Thomas Bros.’ latest tippers, and in particular that Andrew clearly recognises the key benefits of each of our brands. Whereas the Loadmaster continues as the UK’s top selling tipper body, our Charlton product nonetheless finds increasing favour as a truly versatile, maximum payload alternative for customers who mainly carry stone, aggregates and recycled materials.”

Based at Beadlow in Bedfordshire, Thomas Bros. provides a wide range of services to the construction industry with over 40 heavy trucks that also include artic and grab tippers, hookloaders, skiploaders and road sweepers.

Thompsons kicks off 2019 by achieving ‘10 out of 10’ with Holystone

Thursday, 3rd January 2019


With the addition of two new Loadmaster – bodied Scania XTs, Holystone Civil Engineering Ltd’s truck fleet has reached double figures, with all the company’s tippers now bodied by Thompsons.

Just like many other UK tipper fleets, Holystone needs tippers that can turn their wheels to almost every type of job that comes along, whether that be muckshifting, delivering aggregates or transporting crushed concrete and recyclables.

As the company’s Transport Manager Graham Skelton says:

“Any idea that specifications don’t much matter with general purpose tippers is completely wrong. In fact, it’s quite the opposite because the truck has to be efficient and productive in every task we put it to. That’s a tough call, and in our operating environment previous experience of various types of chassis and bodies count for a great deal.

So if all our tipper fleet is now bodied by Thompsons, there have to be very good reasons why.”

Why indeed? Primarily because in Graham’s opinion, Thompsons’ all – steel Loadmaster Lite bodies are simply unmatched in their versatility, efficiency and reliability.

Graham says:

“The single skinned Loadmaster Lite offers the perfect balance between strength and weight. We’ve got all the ruggedness we need for the really arduous jobs, yet still with a 19 tonnes payload capacity. That’s an excellent figure for premium spec tippers such as these.”

Not surprisingly, Holystone’s new tippers are also much liked by their drivers. Whilst the Scania XTs are highly regarded, so too do their Loadmaster Lite bodies get solid praise as well, especially for their ease of use and upkeep.

Thanks to cab – operated tailgates and fast acting cantilever sheeting systems, drivers rarely have any need to leave the comfort of their cabs (which, in mucky site conditions, also helps to keep their interiors as clean as possible). Similarly, Loadmaster Lite’s smooth single piece sides and tailgate make vehicle washing quick and easy.

Graham concludes:

“We’ve long believed that running the best possible trucks pays real long term dividends. Their are four things that we really want from our tippers – minimal downtime, good payload capacity, happy drivers and the maximum possible residual value. Having now run Loadmasters for many years, it’s fair to say that these bodies really deliver on all those requirements.”

Established in 1970 and based at Blaydon, Tyne and Wear, Holystone has a range of customers from national housebuilders to private landowners, and offers a full range of civil engineering services including site clearance, pipe laying, demolition, plant hire and inert landfill.

Holystone’s new tipper bodies are just two examples of hundreds of similar examples produced last year at Thompsons’ north England location in Blackburn. A fourth Blackburn factory will be commissioned early in 2019 complete with an all – new robot welding system that will significantly add to the company’s production capacity.

All – new chassis, same Thompsons body. Why? Because ‘you simply can’t get better than a Loadmaster’ says Ferns Group.

Wednesday, 5th December 2018


The Ferns Group of Maidstone has just put into service its first Mercedes-Benz Econic trucks in their latest 8×4 specification that features a steering rear axle behind the double drive bogie. Yet whilst these new chassis mark a radical change for the company, Ferns was adamant in fitting them with Thompsons’ long proven Loadmaster tipper body.

James Gupwell, Transport Director for Ferns, says:

“There’s no reason at all for us to change from the Loadmaster. We’ve run this body for years, on all our tippers working in whatever application, and there’s nothing to touch it for strength, durability and reliability. Yes, it’s a premium product at a premium price, but its long term value and exceptionally low ownership costs more than make up for that front end expense.

As an added bonus, the residual values for a tipper with a Loadmaster are always notably higher. You simply can’t get a better body than this.”

Operated by subsidiary company Ferns Surfacing Ltd from its north London Wembley depot, the two Econics are seen as an ideal solution for urban tipper grab work. Their large cabs provide unrivalled forward visibility and interior space for the crew, whilst the shorter effective wheelbase than for a typical 8×4 makes for greater manoeuvrability and tighter turning.

With Thompsons delivering the entire bodywork package including installation of the Epsilon Palfinger cranes through to finished paint, Ferns’ latest trucks mark a significant advance in both operating versatility and safety.

Firmly established as the UK’s top selling tipper body, Loadmaster is available in three versions – the full spec Loadmaster, the Loadmaster Lite and the recently launched Loadmaster X – Lite. For the Econics, Ferns chose the first of these, which differ from the others by having a heavy duty, double skinned body with cornerposts front and rear. Ferns also specified each body with a toolbox, wacker carrier and rear towing pin. Fuelled and ready for work, the trucks tare off at a competitive 16,500kgs which, spec for spec, is similar to a standard eight wheeler.

Operating in the closely related fields of surfacing, aggregates, recycling and utilities, Ferns Group works throughout London, the South East and East Anglia. With its surfacing business dealing with over 100,000 roadway and pavement reinstatements per year, Ferns places maximum emphasis on the performance, reliability and safety of its vehicle fleet which is backed up by a continuous investment program that requires all its trucks are replaced within five years.

Accredited to FORS Silver standard, Ferns Surfacing Ltd has also achieved the prestigious CLOCS Champions rating as well.

Speaking for Thompsons, director Scott Burton comments:

“We are naturally delighted to have been chosen by Ferns to help produce this latest advance in their tipper fleet. As the UK’s leading tipper bodybuilder, larger companies such as Ferns increasingly recognise our ability to not only produce bodies of the highest quality but also to project manage new tipper solutions from start to finish.

As such, their new Econics provide ideal testimony to our capabilities.”

Photos: Ferns’ new Loadmaster – bodied Econics are ideal for any surfacing job in London – including pavement repairs outside Buckingham Palace.

Robinson Road Planing’s mighty 500HP 6×2 Loadmaster delivers
higher than ever performance and versatility

Tuesday, 29th May 2018


Robinson Road Planing Services of Ripon, North Yorkshire, has just put into service a Loadmaster – bodied tipper that delivers an altogether higher level of performance and versatility.

The vehicle in question is a 6×2 lift – axle ‘New Generation’ Scania rigid, powered by a mighty 500 horses that makes 26 tonnes tipper work absurdly easy. As well as having a top engine, driver Mike Gregson is also well looked after by having a high spec Scania ‘G’ sleeper cab to work from as well as his own choice of gearbox – a much preferred manual!

As with all tippers though, it’s their bodies that really do the hardest work, typically loading and tipping many times a day.

Company owner Matthew Robinson says,

“We’ve always had Thompsons bodies, whether as standard tippers or as demounts for hooklifts. Why? Because their build quality is just superb. After years of service there have been no issues, no failures, no nothing at all. Just the occasional lick of paint to the toprails and they carry on as good as new. There’s no better body out there, so for this tipper the choice was automatic.”

For road planing work, tipper operators generally prefer a reduced height to the rear of the body to reduce the risk of damage from coming into contact with the planing machine, and this new truck is typical of the breed. What is slightly less typical is that Robinson has chosen the single skinned Loadmaster Lite model in preference to the full – spec heavy duty Loadmaster model.

“The Lite version is easily strong and rugged enough for our work, and it also gives us that extra margin of payload too. It’s got the perfect balance for our needs.”

says Matthew.

Weighing in at 11,500kgs unladen, this lift – axle 6×2 offers a commendable 14.5 tonnes payload, only 4 tonnes less than a typical steel – bodied eight wheeler.

But there’s another and perhaps bigger point to this truck’s top level specification too – namely that it often works pulling a three axle drawbar trailer carrying a heavyweight planing machine to wherever their work next takes them.

Driver Mike Gregson says

“When pulling a 20 tonnes plus hi-drag load – particularly over the hills around our area – you really need all the power you can get. With the trailer attached, this is also a truck that you really have to drive properly, and for me having both a manual gearbox and an in-built Scania retarder is ideal. Of course, straight tipper work for the truck on its own is an absolute doddle, but the point of this vehicle is that it can easily handle every job required of it.

As well as how well it performs, I really like the look of it too – the smooth lined Thompsons body looks absolutely right with Scania’s latest cab, and it’s very easy to keep clean, too.”

Founded in 2001, Robinson Road Planing Services is one of the best equipped specialist tipper operators in the UK, priding itself on being able to deliver the highest possible standards of equipment and expertise, anywhere and everywhere, all from its own in-house resources.

“It’s very important that clients see that we are serious and fully committed to what we are doing. Whatever we do, we do it well.”

says Matthew Robinson.

Oakfield Plant and Transport’s new fleet of Scania XT Loadmaster Lites,
first on the road in the East Midlands

Thursday, 12th April 2018


Like many tipper companies in the UK, Oakfield Plant & Transport Ltd of Moorgreen, Nottingham marks its total faith in Thompsons tipper bodies by placing regular repeat orders. For its latest ’18 reg’ intake, the company has now arrived at what it considers to be its ideal tipper spec by pairing the long proven, ultra – reliable steel Loadmaster Lite with Scania’s latest XT 8×4 chassis.

With four of these trucks now hard at work, Oakfield has become first fleet to operate XT tippers in the East Midlands.

Transport Manager Alex Bausor comments “as a company we’re always keen to present ourselves as forward – looking and at the very front of our industry. In turn, we want to be seen by our clients as completely professional by embracing all the latest products and available technologies. And whilst most people will see our new chassis first, the fact is that the Loadmaster bodies themselves are just getting better and better too.”

So how does Thompsons’ evergreen Loadmaster Lite tipper body just keep on improving?

Sales Manager Ian Chaplin puts it like this:

“Every year, we invest heavily in our factory technologies to deliver products with higher than ever finished quality. The most obvious recent example of this has been a £500,000 investment into each of our Blackburn and Croydon production sites to equip them with full shotblast and paint facilities. As a result we now have 100% internal quality control from cutting the first metal right through to delivering a fully finished vehicle immediately ready for work. This is what makes Thompsons unique in its marketplace.

Similarly, ongoing investment into all areas of our machine tools from laser cutters to bench presses improves not only the precision, accuracy and quality of all our products but also lets us achieve greater production efficiencies in our factories. Customers such as Oakfield readily acknowledge that not only have the quality of our bodies never been better, but also that they clearly lead the industry.”

Put to work on every type of job from heavy duty site clearance to delivering all types of quarry products, the new XTs with their single skin steel Loadmaster Lites afford an easy 18,500kgs plus payload capacity, notwithstanding a truly ‘top tipper’ spec that includes a high power 450hp engine, auto gearbox and a large roomy cab.

Alex Bausor says:

“Yes, we really want the best trucks we can get, and pairing the Loadmaster with the XT is surely the optimum combination. What ultimately counts though is how much sheer work the truck can deliver for us, so the accent is really on how we can really achieve maximum overall vehicle performance.

Whatever the chassis, we come back for the Loadmaster Lite again and again because its complete reliability gives us zero downtime. Our Lites are also specified with air operated automated tailgates, so not only does the driver not have to get out of the cab when loading or tipping but the whole tipping cycle is speeded up as well.”

Oakfield’s performance criteria also includes how the vehicles slow down and stop too, which is why all the latest quartet have also been fitted with high performance Scania retarders that offer a vast improvement over conventional pedal – only braking operation. As a result, the new tippers offer a significant extra margin in road safety, whilst also reducing potential downtime due to brake fade and overheating.

Presenting Oakfield Plant & Transport with a totally up to date image isn’t just about the company’s choice of vehicle hardware – it’s also about how those trucks actually look. Not only does Alex have the key responsibility for vehicle selection, but with his considerable skills in graphic design he’s also designed their livery too. Alex says:

“Loadmaster Lite’s clean, modern lines create an excellent base on which to create an attractive livery”

What more advantages could a tipper body ever offer?

Thompsons rocks at Harrogate with a record 30-plus trucks at TIP-Ex!

Wednesday, 14th June 2017

With over 30 trucks on display, the Thompsons Group made its biggest ever splash at the 2017 TIP-Ex Show, confirming the company as by far and away the UK’s top tipper bodybuilder.

But what stood out this year was not just the number of trucks that Thompsons and Charlton brought to Harrogate, but also their variety.

Highlights included a new super – heavy duty body for Scottish operator Yuill & Dodds. Called Rockmaster, this body features upper and lower steel floors sandwiching a 25mm hardwood inner. Built for transporting 10 tonnes rocks on sea defence work, this body is truly an ‘ultimate’!

Also in prominent position was one of the ten new Loadmaster Lite tippers going to Durham – based Hargreaves Services plc. Long – standing Thompsons customer LC Vehicle Hire of Leeds was also highly prominent with a large number of trucks celebrating their 60th birthday.

Charlton bodied trucks were also out in force, most notably with an 8×4 Tridem tipper grab destined for Hart’s Haulage in far away Cornwall, and a 6×2 DAF with a dropside BuildLite builder’s merchant body and rear mounted crane destined for Parker Building Supplies of East Sussex. Also on the Tridem theme was a Renault 8×4 with Hyva hookloader bodywork – quite possibly the first Tridem / hookloader combination in the UK – supplied and fitted by Thompsons in Blackburn.

Products aside, TIP-Ex also saw Thompsons formally launch its new ServiceTech aftersales programme to the industry, with many visitors also being keen to find out more about the forthcoming new factory in Scotland.

All of which continues to make 2017 another really key year for our company!

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