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Srixon rolls out New European Tour Truck 

12.09pm 11th April 2019 - Corporate

Srixon has unveiled a new state-of-the-art Tour Truck that will be attending various demo days across the UK, before making its Tour debut at next month’s British Masters at Hillside.

Srixon worked closely with German manufacturer Schuler, the market leader in the design of Formula 1 hospitality units, when designing the 35-tonne vehicle, which is 16m long, 2m wide and 4m high.

The expansive workshop area in Srixon’s new tour truck

The truck itself is split into three units, which can be closed off with soundproof doors. The 4.5m x 5m workshop section has been designed to give enough space for two club builders to work freely along with players and guests to observe.

The middle section is designed to offer hospitality to players and guests, and allows for presentations and meetings when privacy is required. The end area is a ‘meet and greet’ section where players can collect their soft good items and accessories from custom-built drawers and cupboards.

Srixon Europe’s Tour Manager Iain Steele said: “The investment of this uniquely designed trailer is in response to our commitment to supporting the European Tour through the contracting of players and the support we offer to any of their members with advice, fittings and equipment. With the incredible growth that we have seen for our brands across Europe and the UK in the last few years, the purchase of this marketing vehicle greatly illustrates the commitment we have to our customers.”

       

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