The vehicles, including a range of custom-built commercials, will be used to deliver maintenance and landscaping machinery throughout the UK and the nationwide firm, which has headquarters in Coventry, plans to add a further 45 units supplied by Motiva later in the year.
Angus Lindsay, head of assets and fleet at The Landscape Group, said: "The new vehicles will give us the extra capacity to service a variety of new and existing contracts all over the country.
"Seasonal surges in demand mean we often require short lead times, so we rely on Motiva because of their flexible and proactive approach.
"Their professional attitude is matched by sound technical knowledge of the commercial vehicle industry and the idiosyncrasies of type approval and changing legislation.
"Motiva also take a hands-on approach to customer satisfaction at all levels and that’s crucially important to us. We know that if a problem arises, they’ll stop at nothing to sort it out."
The latest delivery of vehicles features a variety of small vans along with 3.5 tonne single and crew cab tippers with a mixture of caged bodies and work-at-height bars.
There are also 18 beaver tail machinery transporters along with several bespoke vehicles built by specialist converters.
They include three Ford Transits fitted with caged litter bodies and side-loading bin lifts, a Renault Master panel van with integral rear loading ramp and three mechanics vans featuring internal racking, a compressor and on-board power.
The link between the companies extends to vehicle tracking with all commercials operated by The Landscape Group, including 80 tractors and 300 ride-on mowers, monitored by Motrak – Motiva’s in-house telematics system.
Peter Wright, sales director at Motiva, says the most recent supply of vehicles represents the latest stage in a long-term association.
He added: "The Landscape Group rely on us to deliver the right vehicles at the right time and the right price, but also to provide ongoing and unparalleled levels of customer service.
"That’s something we’re very proud of, so to hear that it’s valued so strongly by one of our customers is a feather in our cap."
The Landscape Group employs more than 1,100 staff at around 40 locations throughout the UK and has a turnover of around £60 million.
Alongside 600 vehicles, made up largely of vans but also including cars, HGVs, and roadsweepers, it operates a fleet 5,000 machines including excavators and chainsaws with an initial purchase cost of more than £16m.
The company last year became part of idverde – the biggest landscaping and grounds maintenance contractor in France.