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Police agree deal with Goodyear Dunlop

Goodyear Dunlop has announced a partnership with the National Policing Improvement Agency that will position it as the exclusive tyre framework supplier and service provider to each of the country’s 52 constabularies located throughout Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The deal will see over 100,000 Goodyear Dunlop tyres fitted to police vehicles, including patrol cars, motorcycles and public order vans, each year for the next two years.

John Bradley MBE, fleet manager for Hampshire Constabulary and press officer for National Association of Police Fleet Managers (NAPFM) said: “The NAPFM membership will be delighted with this new agreement which will provide UK forces with significant financial savings against their vehicle maintenance and repair budgets, whilst providing us a range of premium tyre products with excellent handling and performance.”



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