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Brightwells wins emergency services remarketing contract

Brightwells emergency services auction

Brightwells has been awarded a four-year contract by the Home Office to sell vehicles and plant used by the emergency services.

The business has been successfully working with the Emergency Services throughout the UK since 2012, selling in excess of 10,000 vehicles and other items.

“We are thrilled to continue this strong working relationship with fleets across the UK through the new framework. Our Tender Procurement score of 99.11% was an outstanding result and one Brightwells are very proud to have achieved,” said Steve Powis, auctioneer for the Vehicle Sales Department.

“We look forward to maintaining our partnerships with a vast number of the UK’s Police fleets, as well as many Fire & Rescue and Ambulance Services. This contract sits very well alongside our national work with the Environment Agency and Natural Resources Wales, as well as a whole host of local authorities and other large fleet operators.”

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