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AAH Pharmaceuticals renews contract with Bridgestone

AAH Pharmaceuticals has opted to remain with its current tyre supplier Bridgestone following the testing of tyres, service provision and after-sales support of a number of other providers.

The company makes more than 100,000 deliveries a week and operates in excess of 1,100 vans and commercial vehicles. Subsequently, ensuring that delivery targets are met while maintaining driver safety, are dual priorities for the firm.

As such, the company is taking advantage of the Truck Point service package, which provides 24-hour breakdown cover, proactive tyre husbandry and a tailored tyre selection from Bridgestone’s new and re-tread range.

Geoff Wright (pictured), head of corporate services at AAH, said: “Tyre quality formed a core element of our decision and Bridgestone’s products deliver high durability, performance and safety. Providing long-term savings for our customers ties in directly with this.

“In addition, the day-to-day support from the Truck Point account management team is excellent, allowing us to meet, and often exceed, stringent delivery targets.

“AAH also operates a winter tyre policy for its fleet of 900 vans which is unique in our industry. Bridgestone and Truck Point help us manage this seasonal change over process.”

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