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Ontime Automotive’s Rescue & Recovery Division’s rapid response skills were put to the test recently when the company helped put on a spectacular display involving a simulated accident scenario and the recovery of a capsized fuel tanker, during the Emergency Services Show at Warwickshire’s Stoneleigh Park.
The aim of the display, set up in collaboration with Castle Hire Ltd, was to demonstrate to all those involved in the field of emergency planning, response and recovery some of the most efficient best practices for safely handling road traffic related incidents.
Ontime’s Global Automotive Transport Services (GATS) Division has been awarded a two-year contract extension to continue handling UK dealer deliveries of the Nissan GTR.
Having started working for Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) over three years ago, Ontime is the sole distribution partner in this area and is responsible for collecting the high performance sports cars from the Port of Tyne to make deliveries direct to the manufacturer’s dealer network in the UK.
Ontime Automotive’s vehicle deliveries contract with BMW Group UK has expanded to include the transportation of vehicles for events and communications-related activities.
As Europe’s largest enclosed car delivery operator, Ontime offers an unrivalled network of hard sided, highly specified transporters and a flexible approach to accommodate any delivery schedule changes or fluctuations in volume increases.
Ontime Automotive has announced that its Specialist Transport and Prestige Distribution Divisions have been merged to create a single business; Ontime Global Automotive Transport Services.
The move is in line with the company’s policy of continuous improvement and will deliver greater consistency, enhanced decision-making, faster response times and seamless processes through a unified approach to service excellence.
Ontime Automotive’s Rescue & Recovery Division has been supporting the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service’s (RBFRS) training activities, helping them to prepare for their recent win in the World Rescue Challenge at London’s ExCel Centre.
In its role as a sponsor, Ontime provides scrap vehicles that are used to simulate ‘accident’ scenarios for RBFRS’ teams to practice their skills in handling road traffic accident incidents.