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Goodyear continues 25-year tyre partnership with UK police

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Goodyear will continue its 25-year partnership with the UK police after winning a new contract to continue to supply tyres to the entire force for the next four years.

As part of the deal, it will supply, service and maintain the vehicles as well as also supply tyres for non-police government services, including cars, trucks and motorcycles.

As part of the continued service provision, UK police forces will be supplied with a wide range of high-performance tyres and fitting products from across the Goodyear portfolio. They will also benefit from the support of Goodyear’s fast-fit network, HiQ Fleet Services, which delivers tyre fitment and maintenance to keep police vehicles on the road.

Goodyear head of fleet David Morris said: “Winning and retaining this contract means that Goodyear has held the position as sole supplier to the police for over 25 consecutive years. Being trusted to keep our blue-light services on the road is testament to our products and the first-rate service provided by the HiQ network. We are thrilled to retain this prestigious contract and partnership with the Crown Commercial Service.”


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