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THE TAXI SHOP WINS MAJOR CONTRACT TO SECURE FUTURE Longstanding trade supplier The Taxi Shop has landed a significant order to supply and convert 30 brand new vehicles for a large council contractor.


The Ampthill-based taxi trade experts will deliver a finished vehicle each week for the next seven months. This new fleet comprises 26 Ford Transit 15-seater and four 17-seaters, spe- cially adapted to undertake the transport of wheelchair passengers.


Each new vehicle will be fully wheelchair accessible com- prising of an in-board hydraulic tail lift, tracking system, quick release seats and wheelchair anchorages to comply with the relevant local authority requirements. Our customer chose The Taxi Shop based on a consistent quality of the workmanship demonstrated over the two years since we took conversions in-house.


Josh Rhynas, Sales Director at The Taxi Shop is overseeing the contract, he said: “This is a massive vote of confidence from a significant taxi firm. We listened carefully to what they wanted and delivered a specifica- tion that exceeded expectations. At our facilities the client met Ash Munford who


leads the conversions and coachwork here as well as myself and we all hit it off from the start. It is all part of building a strong relationship which we have done and setting trust, reliability and confidence in stone as the foundations of this relationship.”


The vehicles, adapted for children and adults with disabili- ties, will also feature bespoke seat covers and our exclusive composite flooring that reduces road noise and maintains an even temperature through the seasons. It all adds up to a knockout package and that’s why the customer chose The Taxi Shop over alternative suppliers.


Rob Breuilly, The Taxi Shop’s founder and MD, said: “This fantastic order goes to show that hard work, innovation and ongoing high quality workmanship does pay off. After what has been a very difficult period - one that some of our competitors have not survived - this


order secures the future for The Taxi Shop. Customers, partners, suppliers and friends can be confident we will be supplying excellent vehicles and services for years to come.”


While the industry has faced difficulties due to the ongoing situation in which we find ourselves, the Taxi Shop has consistently supported its customers. The fact that we are surviving and thriving as a business is testament to the loyalty and the dedication of a brilliant team.


Contact Josh Rhynas to discuss WAVs for your fleet on 01525 717 695, or email sales@thetaxishop.com with any queries or see our advert on pages 68-69.


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