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Translinc secure three year deal with CHP

TransLinc has secured a three-year contract to supply 21 vans to CHP - a developing housing association in Essex.

The firm has been chosen to supply the Ford Transit vehicles throughout 2010, with potential for another order for a further 12 vans next year.

Mark Stevens, CHP logistics manager, said: “We look forward to a productive working relationship with them as we were very impressed by their extensive client list, long fleet management history and their continued commitment to customer service.”

CHP has run Transit vans since 2003, and the new, more efficient vehicles supplied by TransLinc will help them to reduce their fleet emissions and fuel bills through improved fuel consumption.

The vehicles, which will be fitted out with racking systems, will be used by CHP’s internal trades team, including repairs and maintenance operatives, the gardening and eco-team, and Decent Homes tradesmen.

Richard Albon, contract manager at TransLinc, said: “This contract with CHP is a totally new partnership for TransLinc following a comprehensive tender process. Our success in winning it is testament to our value for money service and an approach that is tailor made to the needs of our clients.”

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