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Bristol Street wins NSA deal

VAUXHALL dealership Bristol Street Ilford has won a 300-vehicle supply deal to provide cars and vans to the 25 member companies of the National Security Association. Worth £3 million at showroom prices, the vehicles will be supplied over a period of three years to companies like Capitol Security and Chubb.

Individual companies will commission their own signwriting, but Bristol Street will ensure all the vehicles are fitted out to individual specifications. Group buying executive Trevor Wallace, who recently took delivery of nine Astravans and two Vectras, said: 'We set out to source a group vehicle acquisition scheme which would deliver value and flexibility, with enough choices to suit all the companies.'

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