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Cameron Forecourt extends police contract

11 November, 2016

Cameron Forecourt has won a three-year extension to its service contract with facilities management experts Kier Workplace Services, to provide support and maintenance services to the vehicle refuelling systems operated by Sussex Police.

Kier Workplace Services operates a full facilities management service on behalf of Sussex Police, including managing the fuelling facilities used by the force to refuel its commercial emergency service vehicles.

Cameron Forecourt carries out a range of regular maintenance and test activities at the force’s 19 fuelling sites, including fuel pump service and calibration, electrical installation testing, below ground tank inspection and TLS tank gauge and probe tests.

“We were pleased to be partnering with fuelling experts Cameron Forecourt,” said Adrian Ellliott of Kier Services. “Through their fuelling maintenance and testing expertise, we were confident that the Sussex Police fuelling sites will be kept fully efficient and operational, especially given the company’s reactive response team which is located in the area.”

“We have a long history of maintaining fuelling systems for our customers and I am sure that this was a key factor in Kier Services deciding to continue to work with us for this particular three-year maintenance contract for Sussex Police,” said Martyn Gent, sales and marketing director at Cameron Forecourt. “We have worked for a number of forces across the UK and were confident that our engineers can keep these sites operating efficiently.”





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