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Saturday 23 September 2017

Ford scores big fleet deal with Harlow Council

Ford Transit HTS FleetFord has been selected by HTS (Property & Environment), a new organisation set up by Harlow Council, to supply 70 vans to join its fleet. The will be used by HTS to provide a range of environmental and property maintenance services around Harlow, including council house maintenance and repairs, street cleaning and public space landscaping.

The deal encompasses a selection of vehicles from across the entire Ford Transit range. The larger Transit, which includes two chassis cabs with tipper bodies, and Transit Custom models are fitted with Ford’s new EcoBlue 2.0-litre diesel engine while the Transit Connects and Transit Couriers are both fitted with a 1.5-litre diesel.

“Reliability is essential when choosing our fleet vehicles as they are essential in carrying out the vital work we do around Harlow,” said John Phillips, managing director, HTS (Property & Environment). “Ford’s fleet service to Harlow Council over the past 25 years has been first class, so we are looking forward to continuing this successful partnership.”

Owen Gregory, fleet director, Ford of Britain, commented, “HTS demands much from its fleet in terms of versatility and reliability and the diversity of the Ford Transit range can offer both. We work incredibly hard to provide the best fleet support systems to our customers and we are thrilled that this has been recognised by Harlow Council.”

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