Building and maintenance support service provider Mountjoy has taken on 130 vehicles from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.
Portsmouth-based Mountjoy’s fleet now includes 110 Transporters, 10 Crafters and 10 Caddys.
The vans will be used to provide a responsive repair service to housing tenants as part of its contract with Portsmouth City Council.
The vehicles were chosen for their robustness, Bluetooth technology and all-round parking sensors, with Mountjoy wrapping and branding the vehicles and having them racked out to provide optimum use of space, with deadlocks also added.
The new vans see Mountjoy extending its fleet to more than 300 vehicles.
Dan Carlin, finance director at Mountjoy, said: “The vehicles we use are as important as the work we provide and deliver.
“Both the design and practicality of the vans will make a real difference to our team.
"They look superb after being wrapped and branded, and our tradesmen have been nothing but positive about them.
“They now have hands-free technology and are able to ring into our call centre to give details of their jobs on site before they leave, which is a real benefit.”