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GCM Services Scotland adds Toyota’s Proace to its fleet

GCM Services Scotland has added two Toyota’s Proace vans to its fleet.

The Falkirk-based company specialises in demolishing and deconstructing heavy industry and petrochemical sites.

Its early success in this field was recently recognised with a best new business start-up award in the Falkirk Herald Business Awards.

Gordon Marshall, managing director of GCM Services Scotland, said: “We needed vehicles that reflected the quality of our business and which delivered the right capability and reliability.

"The Toyota Proace fits this profile perfectly.”

The new vehicles were supplied by Toyota and Lexus Fleet Services through GCM Services's local Toyota centre, SDM of Falkirk.

The long-wheelbase models have been acquired on a three-year renewal plan and have been finished in GCM Service’s corporate livery.

They will be used for the company’s contracts services across the UK.

Powered by a 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine, the Proace medium duty van range provides two vehicle lengths and heights, allowing payloads of up to 1.2 tonnes to be carried.

The load space, measuring up to 7cu m, can be accessed through side sliding doors and choice of rear doors or tailgate.


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