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Hot new Master

A Renault Master chassis-cab has been converted into a specialist fire fighting equipment carrier to be used at the Total E&P Gas Terminal in St. Fergus, North East Scotland.

It has been designed to be used as a first response unit on the industrial site. The vehicle was built by fire fighting and rescue vehicles manufacturer Angloco.

As well as payload capacity, the Renault Master’s low loading height was also cited as a key purchase decision.

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