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Gefco wins Forestry Commission and Aberdeen Council conversion contracts

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Gefco has secured new vehicle conversion contracts with two public sector bodies.

As part of the ongoing contracts Gefco UK will be providing bespoke vehicle conversions to Aberdeen City Council and the Forestry Commission.

 Delivered by skilled fitters with years of expertise, the conversions will range from ply lining to vehicle signage, beacons and interior racking and bulk heads.

Gefco’s vehicle conversion and accessory services have experienced consistent growth since inception. Sites in Sandtoft, Corby and Sheerness have purpose-built, specialist workshops with engineers and production personnel.

John Stocker, finished vehicles logistics director at Gefco UK, said: “We are pleased to have secured these projects and look forward to working with them closely to deliver high quality work with excellent customer support. We are particularly proud that these new ventures came through recommendations from our customers who endorsed our ability to handle high volumes of expert work and competitive pricing. This is a recognition of the consistently high levels of customer service we provide.” 


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