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Van Trade Centre Bridgend

Welcome to Van Trade Centre Bridgend


Wick Transport was originally set up in the village of Wick in 1965. The company was created by Tony and Carolyn Jenkins, greatly helped by Carolyn's father Howell Thomas. Starting with two trucks, the company quickly grew to twelve vehicles concentrating on general haulage from Bridgend to London. After taking 18 months to get established and for the name to get known, we were selling forty vans per month. We soon outgrew the petrol station and rented premises at Llandow Airfield for 10 years before moving to our current premises. At the time, we had a fair bit of help from Dick Morgan, commonly known as "Dick from Wick". If you are from the area, you may remember him? Today, we are fully set up in Bridgend with our own custom-built premises. We still sell vans and minibuses and carry about 100 vehicles in stock. We also hire vehicles, currently with a fleet of about 60 including cars, vans, lutons and tippers. The staff has grown from four people in the early days to eleven people now. Call in and meet us.

£3,690
  • Engine Size1.6L
  • 69.5kMiles
  • Fuel TypeDiesel
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StylePeople Carrier

Van Trade Centre Bridgend