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SsangYong added as supplier on Government framework agreement

SsangYong Rexton

SsangYong can now pitch to win fleet contracts with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) as it has now been added to the Government framework agreement.

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is a public sector organisation which acts on behalf of the Government to drive savings for the taxpayer through procurement efficiencies.

Its procurement arrangements can be used by central government departments and organisations across the public sector, including local government, health, education, not-for-profit and devolved administrations.

Nick Laird, managing director of SsangYong Motors UK, said:  “Being part of the framework will enable us to develop partnerships with a number of public sector organisations and help them meet their mobility needs, particularly, in rural and hard to reach areas.”

The Korean SUV and 4x4 specialist has a range of vehicles including the Tivoli, Rexton, and new Musso pick-up, and is expecting a new Korando in 2019, followed by an all-electric variant shortly after.

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