Brentwood, Essex November 2nd, 2010 – Ford’s entire range is the vehicle of choice for emergency services across the UK. Recently, Ford’s entire range was given preferred status by the NPIA and the NAPFM in the recent announcement of the vehicle procurement policy. The recently announced framework for vehicle procurement means that emergency services throughout the UK, from police forces to fire and ambulance services may use Ford vehicles to field their fleets in the following vehicle sectors, low performance, 4×4, civilian and intermediate.
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Ford has attained preferred status in each one of these categories. The Ford Fiesta and Ford Focus have achieved preferred status in the low performance category, the Ford Kuga and Ranger in the 4×4 category, and the Ford Fiesta Van, Transit Connect, and Transit in the van category. The police force and other service members can choose all the models in Ford’s range with the vehicles civilian specifications.
The newly announced NPIA and NAPFM framework has been designed to not only lower the cost of running emergency-service fleets but to additionally provide transportation for personal, transportation that is both effective and efficient as well.
Terry Adams, who works as the direct sales manager to the police, fire and ambulance services pointed out that Ford has been working closely with the NPIA and NAPFM in creating a unique one-stop shop and turnkey solution. Adams reflected that Ford was proud of their longstanding relationship with the emergency service and that Ford was looking forward to new challenges and continuing working together in a partnership.