Honda finds right so­lu­tion for BSIRA

The Wokingham Paper - - BUSINESS -

A CAR deal­er­ship from Sur­rey has teamed up with a Berk­shire-based con­struc­tion firm to en­sure they have a per­fect sup­ply of pool ve­hi­cles.

BSRIA, which has of­fices in Brack­nell, has taken de­liv­ery of a new fleet of Civic Tour­ers to help them as they build across Bri­tain.

And the link-up came about after the team from Tri­dent Honda, which is based in Ot­ter­shaw, took part in Honda’s Plat­inum Busi­ness Pro­gramme last year.

The com­pany said its en­tire team re­ceived ad­vanced train­ing to al­low them to bet­ter un­der­stand the needs and wants of their fleet and cor­po­rate cus­tomers.

This train­ing came to fruition when Tri­dent Honda pro­vided con­struc­tion spe­cial­ist con­sul­tancy, BSRIA, with three new Honda Civic Tour­ers for its fleet of pool cars.

Tri­dent Honda's dealer prin­ci­pal and com­mer­cial direc­tor, Steve Hen­der­son, com­mented: “For busi­nesses that pre­fer to hire ve­hi­cles rather than own them out­right, Honda Con­tract Hire rentals of­fer the ideal so­lu­tion.

“We were de­lighted to be able to sup­ply BSRIA with the three new Civic Tour­ers and to re­ceive such pos­i­tive feed­back.”

And BSRIA said that it can see the ben­e­fits of its new ve­hi­cles.

Eian Har­dacre, fi­nan­cial direc­tor at BSRIA, said: “We were de­lighted to have se­lected the Honda Civic Tour­ers for our new fleet of pool cars. In­deed, they are eco­nom­i­cal, re­li­able and ex­cel­lent at car­ry­ing a ca­pac­ity load – cru­cial for BSRIA’s daily work in the world of the built en­vi­ron­ment.

“A fleet with high fuel econ­omy to help drive costs down, and low emis­sions to help con­trib­ute to a greener en­vi­ron­ment, are top­ics close to BSRIA’s heart. Safety, se­cu­rity and dura­bil­ity are cru­cial too, and the Honda Tour­ers de­liver in all of these key ar­eas.”

BSRIA has teamed up with a Sur­rey-based car com­pany to pro­cure a new fleet of Hon­das for its staff

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