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Rotamat goes for all-diesel

DIESEL car economics have prompted waste water treatment products suppliers Rotamat to convert to an all-diesel fleet. British Car Contracts is to supply eight Citroen Xantias as part of a four-year contract hire deal.

The vehicles will be used by management and sales staff, and will be rotated between different drivers throughout the four-year deal to ensure that no vehicle is used solely by a high mileage driver for the duration of the deal. Tendering manager Nick Hunt believes the company could make significant savings, particularly with high mileage users.

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