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Kia to supply ceed EcoDynamics SWs to Avery Berkel

Kia has secured a deal to supply 92 cee’d EcoDynamics SWs over three years to Avery Berkel for its nationwide network of service engineers.

The cars are fitted with ISG (Intelligent Stop and Go) technology, automatically shutting the engine down when the car is at a standstill and in neutral.

Following the implementation of its Service Optimisation Project, Avery Berkel re-evaluated its vehicle fleet to help improve its customer response times and environmental credentials.

The investment in the new Kia car fleet is considered key to ensuring that Avery Berkel delivers the service its customers require.

Andy Dunsdon, regional business sales manager for Kia, said: “Kia’s low P11d pricing combined with low C02 emissions means that Avery Berkel now saves money on National Insurance contributions and its drivers save on Benefit–in–Kind.

“When you add this to our competitive residual values, low running costs and our market leading 7-year warranty, we were able to offer Avery Berkel a very compelling business reason to choose Kia.”


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