Tuntum, has added five new Vauxhalls vans to its fleet, comprised of three British-built Vivaro and two Movano models. The new vans will be used as mobile workshops by Tuntum’s field-based engineers on an everyday basis.
Specially adapted for use by Tuntum, the Vivaro and Movano vans are all equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including remote ultra-sonic alarms, vehicle trackers and rear parking cameras. To transform the vehicles into true on-the-road workshops, each of them has been fitted with equipment such as racking, a split charger relay with battery, voltage inverters, WISA deck flooring and hand wash dispensers.
The Vauxhall vans were supplied by local dealership Pentagon Nottingham. Pentagon Nottingham is one of Vauxhall’s largest business hubs and has an excellent reputation for building strong relationships with local business in and around the Nottinghamshire area. Custom liveries by Blueprint Nottingham and accessories and racking by AutoRoofs Automotive Ltd helped to transform the vans from standard factory specifications to effective mobile workshops.
Richard Renwick, Chief Executive, said: “After exploring many different options we are very happy with the decision to upgrade our vans to the Vivaro and Movano models. Their operational efficiency will enable us to provide the best possible service to our customers and the wider community.”
“We’re delighted that Tuntum Housing Association has chosen two of our class-leading vans to support their work across the community,” said Derek Wilson, Vauxhall’s Light Commercial Vehicle Director. “Both the Vivaro and Movano are practical and efficient vans that are certain to be great partners for the organisation’s field engineers.”