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Central Training Services takes Auris Hybrid fleet

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Central Training Services is putting its green message into practice with the introduction of a new fleet of Toyota hybrids.

Provider of accredited training courses to clients in all industry sectors, the Scottish business has ordered six Auris Hybrid Touring Sports wagons for its trainers.

Allan Thomson, Central Training Services director, said: “We are proud to present ourselves to clients across Scotland as an environmentally focused business, with protection of the environment being an important element in much of the training we provide. By choosing Auris Hybrid for our vehicle fleet, we can develop this commitment further, also gaining real-world benefits in reducing our carbon footprint.

“Previously we operated a mixed fleet with brands such as Audi, Volvo and Peugeot, but after test driving new options, including Volvo and Volkswagen models, we were unanimous in choosing Auris.”

Central Training Services provides accredited, nationally recognised training in safe working practices to businesses in all industry sectors, from construction, warehousing and transport, to agriculture, aquaculture, power generation and petro-chemicals.

It provides effective and authoritative support for its clients to maintain and improve health and safety in the workplace, with the ability to provide bespoke courses to suit individual client requirements.

The company’s trainers will use the Auris Hybrids – Icon Plus models – for their work across Scotland.


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