Vauxhall supplies vans to Norfolk-based building firm

Date: Monday, October 19, 2015   |   Author: Daniel Puddicombe

Vauxhall has supplied 38 vehicles to construction company Jeakins Weir in a new fleet deal.

Jeakins Weir has taken on 21 Movano panel vans, seven Movano chassis cabs, seven Vivaro panel vans and three Combo vans.

The new vehicles will help the company serve the 5000 properties that it maintains in Norfolk.

Jeakins Weir said it chose the vehicles thanks to their low CO2 figures and low running costs.

Five of the seven Movano chassis models have been converted to create double-height tippers, with the conversions being carried out by VFS.

The converter also installed wash-basins into all the vehicles which will be used to carry out repairs, maintenance and grounds duties across its properties.

“While our main considerations throughout the tender focused on vehicle performance and total cost of ownership, it was also the servicing package that was stronger from Vauxhall than anyone else,” said Neil Peverly of Jeakins Weir.



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