Bridgestone extends London public transport deal

18th December 2013 | 1 Comment
Bridgestone extends London public transport deal
Bridgestone’s fleet operations manager Matthew Millington shook hands on the company’s contract extension with Metroline’s head of purchasing Derrick Halsey

Bridgestone has announced an extension of its existing deal with City of London bus fleet Metroline. The tyre supplier will maintain 500 extra vehicles for the company, one of the city’s biggest public transport providers. The buses operate predominantly in the north west of London, from five different locations. Bridgestone describes the extension of its existing two-year deal, which already involves a ‘full maintenance package’ with 1,200 buses, as “a huge coup for the business”.

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