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Ricoh takes on fleet of Peugeot 307 SWs

AN office copier-printer manufacturer has taken delivery of 25 Peugeot 307 SWs citing practicality, high equipment levels and good fuel economy from its common rail diesel engines.

Middlesex-based Ricoh provides a range of hardware and software aimed at improving the quality and productivity of communications. Wayne Frewin, facilities manager at Ricoh, said: 'The car is a workhorse for our field engineers, and we were looking for a vehicle that offered practicality, but also a high specification and level of comfort for our engineers, especially as they regularly clock up 40,000 miles a year.'

The vehicles, supplied by Walchry Motors in Walton-Upon-Thames, are all powered by the 2.0HDi common rail diesel engine.

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