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Citroen contract

NORFOLK Frames is replacing more than half of its van fleet with Citroen Relays.

The manufacturer of door and window products is taking delivery of 16 2.8 HDi long wheelbase high roof and medium wheelbase extra high roof vans.

Norfolk Frames' company accountant Paul Smith said: 'We specified Relays on the basis of their competitive pricing and low cost of operation. In addition, the extra high roof vans provided the height necessary for the very largest door frames we manufacture. Overall we believe these vehicles offer the optimum combination of financial, operational and crew benefits.'

The vans are being run on a four-year/120,000-mile service life with the company.

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