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Norfolk firm takes delivery of new van fleet

16:00 07 November 2012

Holden Renault hands over 30 Kangoo Maxi crew vans to Batemans Groundworks Ltd. From left: Terry Smith (Holden Business Manager), Jason Ramsey (Commercial Director For Bateman Groundworks Ltd), Richard Bateman (Managing Director For Bateman Groundworks Ltd), and Nick Flowers (Director For B2B Cashflow Solutions).

Holden Renault hands over 30 Kangoo Maxi crew vans to Batemans Groundworks Ltd. From left: Terry Smith (Holden Business Manager), Jason Ramsey (Commercial Director For Bateman Groundworks Ltd), Richard Bateman (Managing Director For Bateman Groundworks Ltd), and Nick Flowers (Director For B2B Cashflow Solutions).

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Construction contractor Batemans Groundworks has taken delivery of a new fleet of 30 Renault Kangoo Maxi Crew vans from Holden Renault in Norwich.

The Great Yarmouth-based company provides groundwork services and civil engineering services to the new homes and commercial sector said the time was right to invest in an entire fleet of Kangoo Crew Vans.

Jason Ramsey, Commercial Director of Bateman Groundworks said: “The last four years have been the most difficult of the 15 years we have been trading. However, during this period we have learnt a lot of lessons, and utilised this time to develop a strategic five-year plan for growth.

“A year in, we are seeing encouraging signs, exceeding planned targets and securing multiple long term roads, sewers and new homes sector contracts, thus installing a greater level of confidence within ourselves and the market itself.

Terry Smith, business manager at Holden Renault in Norwich said: “We’re thrilled to be handing over 30 sets of keys”.

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