Dumfries and Galloway Council welcomes 17-strong Vauxhall van fleet

Vauxhall Dumfries council

Enterprising DG, the commercial arm of Dumfries and Galloway Council, has welcomed 17 new Vauxhall commercial vehicles to its fleet.

Vauxhall retailer, James Haugh in Dumfries, worked with the transport and operations team at Enterprising DG to bolster the fleet with Vauxhall models.

The new additions include nine Combos, six Brit-built Vivaros and two Movanos, and join the Vauxhall vehicles already being operated by Enterprising DG to provide services to the rural communities of Dumfries and Galloway.

Enterprising DG’s transport and operations manager Gordon Bryce said: “Dumfries and Galloway is an extremely large rural region and the Vauxhall product and service have proved a great partner to Dumfries and Galloway Council,”

“These new Vauxhall vans will be welcomed by our building maintenance and construction manager Steven Trotter. We’d also like to thank the team at James Haugh Dumfries, including Christopher Haugh, for their continued support and mutually beneficial local supply.”

Vauxhall’s national commerical vehicle and B2B sales manager Andy Savage said: “We are proud to continue our work with Enterprising DG and support them with all their fleet needs,”

“With such a wide scope of work across such an expansive rural area, we are pleased to provide them with the reliable vans they need to bolster their vehicle fleet.”

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