DAF Trucks
HTC Reading

Station Road, Theale, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 4AG

Tel: 01189 300900

Tel: 01189 300900

Fax: 01189 323528

Email: info@htc-uk.com


HTC Reading Key Contacts

Sales
Service
Parts

HTC Group Ltd. now at Reading, Heathrow, Belvedere, Luton, Park Royal, Oxford, Hemel Hempstead and Croydon as trading divisions of Heathrow Truck Centre Ltd.

HTC Reading has built its reputation through the region by providing excellent service to customers as well as industry leading DAF commercial vehicles. We believe this is a winning combination and this is backed up by the impressive growth in our operations over several years as both new and existing HTC Reading customers enjoy unrivalled levels of service from our service, parts and vehicle sales operations.

Covering the UK’s most crucial motorways from the M4 and M40 in the west, around the M25 to the M1 and A1(M), we bring total professionalism and expertise to the haulage and distribution world.

Enquiries are welcomed from operators looking to purchase award-winning trucks from the DAF range, or to check out our dealer operations, in particular our parts and service capabilities.

Latest HTC Special Offers

HTC Reading Key Contacts

Sales
Mark Gibson
01189 300900
Service
Duane Barrett
01189 300900
Parts
Dave Howes
01189 300911

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