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Vauxhall proves integral to engineers’ fleet

BUILDING maintenance company Integral UK has signed a fleet supply deal with Vauxhall for more than 1,000 cars. The company has mechanical, electrical, gas and building fabric service engineers operating from 15 locations around the country.

In a solus-badge contract, the company has opted for the Astra estate 1.3 CDTi, Combo 2000 1.3 CDTi and Vivaro LWB 1.9 CDTi for its mobile workforce. As part of its fleet review, Integral has also widened the choice of its fleet of 200 management cars. This includes the addition of Saab and Vauxhall vehicles.

Fleet manager Craig Watson said: ‘We have opted for a choice of 15 manufacturers from the top half of the JD Power Survey for all management vehicles to widen the choice available, while seeking to keep the costs more firmly under control on our much larger job-need fleet.’

The fleet will be supplied in the company’s corporate colour of metallic silver and the vehicles are being sign-written and ply-lined by specialist converter Fleet Shield.

They are supplied on three- year, variable mileage leasing contracts by ING Car Lease.

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