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Energy firm seals Land Rover deal

POWER company Scottish and Southern Energy has bought 60 Land Rover Defenders and five Freelanders for its fleet. The vehicles were distributed through Tay Land Rover.

Bob Beeton, the company's transport manager, said: 'Our new Land Rover vehicles will help ensure that even in extreme conditions our customers will receive the optimum service possible. These vehicles are proven workhorses, ideal for use in the Highlands and islands.'

The vehicles will be used as utility vehicles for the company's Power Systems business, recently renamed S+S. They will be used for servicing power lines, surveying assets and transferring staff from site to site.

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