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Pharmaceuticals firm to take 1,500 Vauxhalls

VAUXHALL has signed a two-year supply agreement with pharmaceutical sales company Innovex (UK) which will give it a forecast 70% share of the firm's total fleet of 2,200 vehicles. This will amount to about 1,500 new Vectra LS and GLS models and a small number of Omegas during the next two years.

The majority of the remainder will be supplied by Ford. All cars will be supplied and managed by PHH Vehicle Management. Innovex outsourced its fleet to PHH last month.

Paolo De Luca, Vauxhall corporate sales manager, said: 'Our previous deal with Innovex was for 600-650 units. Under the new arrangement our volumes will grow to keep pace with the company's growth.'

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