The new trucks have been working projects in Cambridge and Birmingham.
Carey still operates five D-Series Bell ADTs that it bought when they were first out in 2002.
“Bell has long impressed us with their reliability and service and the latest E-series models are the ideal combination of continuing aspects that work while making improvements to suit the demands of modern construction,” said plant director Gary Condon.
“Features we particularly like are the overall design and look, the payload and the telematics. The safety features too are comprehensive and very much in line with our corporate thinking, with a range of sensors, alarms and monitors fitted as standard that provide optimum protection against accidents.
“No matter where the Bell ADTs are located, we can monitor them remotely and we’re already seeing great results in terms of fuel economy, tonnes per load and reduced idling,” Mr Condon added.