Peugeot To Provide Emergency Vehicles

Peugeot Emergency Vehicle Fleet

Peugeot Emergency Vehicle Fleet

The National Policing Improvement Agency has awarded preferred supplier status of vehicles and equipment to Peugeot Motor Company in an extensive number of categories including achieving 1st place in the coveted 'beat car' category, following a rigorous tender process.

The contract allows all Police, including the Metropolitan Police Service, Fire and Ambulance Authorities to purchase Peugeot's extensive range of passenger cars and commercial vehicles across a large number of bespoke vehicle categories.

Peugeot's Specialist Vehicles Operation (PSVO) is a unique manufacturer-owned 'one stop shop', based at its Headquarters in Coventry. PSVO is an established provider of cars and vans to the UK Emergency Services Market which has dedicated Peugeot trained technicians who work on the vehicles and as a result have an intimate knowledge of the architecture of Peugeot's vehicle systems.

Peugeot has a wealth of technical experience in creating bespoke conversions to suit every need complete with dedicated aftersales support. This complete package offered was clearly an important factor in this decision.

Peugeot's Fleet Director, Phil Robson, said "Peugeot offers the Emergency Services high quality products that are provided 'fit for purpose' to the required specification and also offer 'best value' to the fleet manager. Peugeot's exceptional environmental credentials and a nationwide after sales support network provides complete peace of mind contributing to a comprehensive range of services".

Published 13 October 2010 Staff

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