The 30,000-litre articulated ADR tanker, specifically designed for carrying and transporting hazardous liquids, took to the road following its unveiling at the RTX show.

Manufactured by Yorkshire-based RTN Clayton Vallely, the tank is made from 316 stainless steel with a 5mm shell. It is suitable for waste ADR products classified under tank material compatibility classes 3, 6, 8, and 9 and complies with tank code L4AH.

Clive Leadbetter, Quest’s Managing Director, said the company invested in the new tanker due to a rise in demand for such business activities. “We are pleased to have taken delivery of this specialised ADR tanker as our bulk logistics fleet continues to grow,”

“The new ADR tanker will enable us to diversify our product range and handle a wide variety of substances, including acids, alkalis and flammable products.”

“We are dedicated to delivering outstanding customer service and dependable solutions. The introduction of our new ADR tanker demonstrates this commitment.”

“We eagerly anticipate continuing to serve customers with the same level of dedication and excellence that they have come to expect from us.” 


  • 30,000 litres capacity
  • Operational up to 44 tonnes G.V.W.
  • ADR regulations for classes 3,6,8,9
  • 316 Stainless Steel
  • Pyrex sight glass
  • 3 x Baffles
  • Full hydraulic opening of rear door
  • Full-width Platform complete with pneumatic handrails