Commercial Vehicle Refurbishments

HVG Respray in Paint Shop

Shot blasting, repainting, body repairs and livery branding

Refurbish your trucks, trailers and vans to make your fleet last longer.

Whether you need a restoration, refurbishment or insurance repair. Our experienced paintshop technicians provide expert advice and quality work. From a single vehicle to your whole fleet.

Our Leeds site includes an onsite paint shop and shot blasting facility. It’s easy to find, off the M1 between Junction 43 and 44.

Commercial Vehicle Refurbishment Services

From midlife refurbishment of trailers to insurance repairs on trucks, our technicians deliver the services you need.

Commercial Vehicle Paint

Paint Work

Refresh your commercial vehicles’ paintwork:

  • Resprays
  • New paintwork
  • Repainting
Commercial Body Repairs

Body Repairs

Make all the repairs your wagons need:

  • Welding
  • Fabrication
  • Damage repairs
Commercial Vehicle Livery

Livery and Branding

Rebrand your fleet with a new look:

  • Vehicle Livery
  • Signwriting
  • Wraps and decals
Commercial Trailer Modifications

Modifications

Make changes to your trailer including:

  • Tail lift
  • Curtains
  • Extra features
HVG Truck and Trailer Services

HGV & Trailer Services

Save time when your vehicles are on site and complete other work at the same time. We provide MOTs, repairs and maintenance.

Our competitive hire service also means your business can keep moving even when your HGVs and trailers are off the road.

Why Choose STH?

With over 50 years’ experience in the transport and haulage industry, we’re truck and trailer experts.

From spot hire, long-term rental and contract hire. To maintenance, MOTs and refurbishment.

We deliver all the HGV truck and trailer services your business needs in one place. That’s why local, UK and global companies trust STH for their truck and trailer refurbishments.

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