Red Alert now even ‘Swifter’
THE Pietermaritzburg branch of Red Alert introduced its first Suzuki Swift into its fleet during 2015 as part of an evaluation process to establish suitability for 24hour armed response purposes.
The company took delivery of additional Suzuki Swifts from Fury Suzuki Pietermaritzburg on May 5 as part of its programme to replace their current fleet of reaction vehicles.
This after Red Alert’s Avinash Sukai in September told Wheels he was very impressed with the response from the 1.2 engine that makes a surprising 63 kW and 115 Nm from only 4 000 rpm. The investment into an ever expanding new fleet says a lot about how far Red Alert have come as a company, whilst at the same time, it highlights their intentions for the future.
“The frequency and violent nature of certain crimes dictates that as a security organisation we must continually seek out new ways to enhance response times and improve our levels of efficiencies. By maintaining and continually upgrading our operational infrastructure, while keeping service delivery as our primary motivator for growth, we demonstrate a strong commitment towards continuous improvement where it matters most” says Red Alert’s regional manager, Rob Anderson.
Gary Stokes, dealer principal of Suzuki Fury in Pietermaritzburg, said his team is very proud to be associated with Red Alert.
— Wheels Reporter.
Two of the new Swift hatchbacks that will rejuvenate Red Alert’s fleet of reaction vehicles.