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Citroen van switch deal

A UTILITY company has switched to Citroen and ordered 70 Berlingo and 15 Relay vans to help staff install domestic and commercial water meters.

Integra Utility Services, part of Severn Trent Metering Services, will replace its Vauxhall Combos on its 130-strong van fleet with the new Citroens, which are fitted with ply-linings, have full bulkheads together with tow-bars and beacons on the Relays.

Russell Knowles, Integra project manager, said: 'We examined a number of different vehicle manufacturers before selecting Citroen vans for a major fleet replacement programme.

'Our selection decision was based on their suitability for our operation, proven reliability and excellent value for money.'

The vans will cover up to 62,500 miles in a 30-month period on full maintenance contract hire agreements from Vardy Contract Motoring.

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