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Commercial refurbishment firm County Contractors take delivery of second Renault van fleet

By Kyle Linsay
Friday, May 31, 2013 - 15:14

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Leading commercial refurbishment company County Contractors have taken delivery of their second fleet of Renault vans.

Continued commercial growth of the Weston-super-Mare firm led to the order, which comprises of 14 Trafics and two Kangoos.

County Contractors only took delivery of their first 14-strong Renault fleet 18 months ago, but returned to the French manufacturer after their practicality and economy impressed.

The investment is the second phase of a replacement programme, designed to update the company’s remaining commercial vehicles.

Kevin Lee, Director of County Contractors, said: “Our decision to continue with Renault for the second phase was based on the excellent value-for-money and high level of standard specification that we hope will prove invaluable to our employees who travel the length and breadth of the country.

“Combine this with the good fuel economy and lower CO2 emission achieved by the Renault Trafic van as well as our experience of our initial purchases and it all made our choice of manufacturer a relatively simple decision.”

Stephen Longley, Area Manager of Business Sales at Renault UK, said: “We’re delighted to deliver 16 more Renault vans to County Contactors amidst the famous setting of the beach at Weston-super-Mare.

“The Renault van range has long been a favourite of businesses across Europe who appreciate the range for its driver comfort, practicality and frugality. We wish County Contractors well and look forward to seeing them again in another two years!”

County Contractors were formed in 1976 and specialise in the refurbishment, fit out and maintenance of business premises, particularly the hospitality and retail sector.

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