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Sharpfibre adds 10 Tesla Model 3 electric cars to fleet

Sharpfibre takes on 10 Tesla 3 electric cars

Specialist fire protection contractor Sharpfibre has converted its company car fleet to all-electric by taking on 10 Tesla Model 3s.

The company, which has a fleet of 10 cars and 10 vans, wanted to enhance its green corporate social responsibility image so switched from the all-hybrid cars it was operating to the all-electric cars.

The Tesla models were provided by Edinburgh-based fleet management company Gofor Finance on three-year contract hire arrangements with pooled mileages of 600,000.

David Harper, managing director of Sharpfibre, said his company selected nine Long Range Tesla 3 models which have a quoted range of 340 miles for project managers and sales people, and one Performance model which he drives.

Sharpfibre, which is based in Basildon, Essex, has two EV chargers at its head office.

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