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Britvic adds 76 Toyota Proace vans to its fleet

Britvic has added 76 Toyota Proace vans to its vehicle fleet

Soft drinks manufacturer Britvic has added 76 Toyota Proace vans to its vehicle fleet for use by its technical service team, which installs, manages and maintains soft drink dispense installations.

The company intends to increase this by a further 25 in 2019, making it one of the largest Proace fleet deals.

Simon Mohun, national technical service manager with responsibility for the Britvic fleet, said: "After extensive market research and a comprehensive review of our operation, we decided the Toyota Proace was the vehicle which most suitably matched our ever-diversifying operation."

The company’s Proace vans are medium wheelbase versions in Comfort specification.

All have been specified with Toyota Safety Sense and Premium Pack, a suite of active safety and driver assistance features, including a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control and automatic headlights.

The pack also includes a head-up display, automatic wipers with thermal insulated windscreen glass, cornering lights, vehicle alarm and an upper dashboard storage point with lid.



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