Alpha Electrical boosts van fleet from Holden Renault

Terry Smith, right, business manager at Holden Renault in Norwich, hands over the five Renault Trafi

Terry Smith, right, business manager at Holden Renault in Norwich, hands over the five Renault Trafic vans to Roger and Dawn Crowe of Alpha Electrical. - Credit: supplied

Alpha Electrical has added five new Renault vans to its fleet from Holden Renault in Norwich to help its maintain its extensive coverage of the eastern region.

Roger Crowe, managing director of Alpha Electrical which specialises in domestic and commercial wiring, central heating and testing, said: 'It's vital we choose the right vans for the work which we do and we've always found Renault's reliable and competitively priced for us as a business.

'Being responsive and satisfying customers is our primary concern – our new vans will ensure that we continue to deliver the high levels of service our customer base expect from us.'

Terry Smith, business manager at Holden Renault, said: 'I've been working with Alpha Electrical for over 10 years. It is a recognised company in Norfolk with a reputation for being reliable and efficient so Renault vans are the perfect choice to represent these business qualities.'

Alpha Electrical, a family-run business established in 1967, covers the whole of the east coast from its base in Kingsway, Norwich.

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Holden Renault Pro +, based in Heigham Street, is a one-stop shop with sales, funding and after sales solutions for local businesses.

For information about the all-new Renault Trafic van or range visit or telephone Terry Smith 01603 628911. Alpha Electrical – log on to or telephone 01603 662270.

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