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By Maddy Price
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 13:48

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A growing company has purchased six Transporters and two Caddy vans from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles for its engineers who install state-of-the-art software into schools and businesses across the UK. Leeds-based InVentry was established in 2010 and specialises in state-of-the-art visitor management software solutions.

The multi-award-winning sixth generation Transporter has been praised since launch for its new safety features and superior comfort and convenience, and these attributes made it the ideal choice for InVentry.

Brian Halstead, Service Manager at InVentry, said: “We are delighted with the purchase of the six Transporters and two Caddys. They are a perfect upgrade, allowing our engineers to travel safely and comfortably in a smart, professional looking van.

“As we work across the whole of the UK, it was important to select a vehicle that was comfortable and easy to drive, yet able to carry all of our equipment safely and securely. The Transporter’s car-like manners make it a pleasure to drive over long distances, and we couldn’t be happier with the purchases.”

He continued: “The new vehicles will be used to transport engineers who install our visitor management systems for schools and business throughout the country. We are hoping to increase our fleet of Volkswagen Transporters in the near future, as they are smart-looking, professional, reliable vans with decent fuel economy.”

Offered with an extensive range of wheelbases, roof heights, load volumes and payload options, the new Transporter, which went on sale in the UK last September, caters for all business needs within the medium van sector. Available as a passenger carrier, panel van, chassis cab or dropside, the Transporter comes equipped with a range of economical EU6 2.0-litre engines, manual and DSG transmissions, and two- and four-wheel drive.

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