Procurement company BlueLight Commercial is looking to buy more than 8,000 vehicles for police forces across England and Wales.
Ford Special Vehicle Projects (SVP) is providing essential support to the nation’s blue-light fleets as they battle the Coronavirus.
Skoda UK has, where possible, loaned vehicles from its own blue-light fleet at no cost, to help plug gaps during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Emergency services sales increased by 75% in 2019 compared to the previous year at Skoda, with nearly 800 models sold.
Two blue-light-converted Volvo XC90s have been chosen to provide the ground response for Essex and Herts Air Ambulance Service.
Secamb has stripped a lot of cost from the fleet and improved efficiencies. Now its focus is on driver culture, says John Griffiths
Avon and Somerset Constabulary have added two Nissan Leafs to its general purpose fleet.
More than 2,000 turnkey cars and vans will now be produced at Luton plant
The force is with Julie Reynolds in more ways than one. Some 13 years ago she became the UK’s first female police fleet manager.
What started with a Plugged-in Fleets Initiative led to a roll-out of electric vehicles to all frontline cars. And vans are next.
Police fleets are increasingly adopting telematics to cut costs in the face of austerity. Andrew Ryan asks two police fleet operators how the technology has helped them
Amalgamating has enabled better vehicle utilisation, a telematics roll-out and the sharing of good practice
The National Association of Police Fleet Managers' Emergency Fleet Exhibition is to take place again this week.
Škoda UK has created a ‘flexible solution’ for emergency services fleets, which allows vehicles to be financed rather than being bought outright.
West Midlands Ambulance NHS Foundation Trust has introduced Terraclean engine cleaning technology as a preventative maintenance measure across its fleet.
Vauxhall Special Vehicle Operations will handle 2,000 bluelight conversions over two years as part of an overall contract worth £100m. Christopher Smith reports
Ford is to supply 1,100 vehicles to UK police fleets from this year as part of wins in two group buying tenders.
Commissioners have approved the provision of funds for North West Ambulance Service to purchase new ambulances, rapid response vehicles and emergency vehicles.
South East Coast Ambulance Service will deploy Skoda Octavias as front-line rapid response vehicles across Kent, Surrey, Sussex and North-East Hampshire.
The new Skoda Fabia has been seen in police livery for the first time at the NAPFM conference.
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