Deal struck to service council lorries at Nestlé factory

Tracey Simpson-Laing,  Graham Lyon and Geoffrey Derham at the Nestlé site

Tracey Simpson-Laing, Graham Lyon and Geoffrey Derham at the Nestlé site

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TAXPAYERS will be saved thousands of pounds after City of York Council struck a deal for its large lorries to be serviced at the Nestlé factory.

All City of York Council vehicles weighing over 7.5 tonnes, including gritters, waste and refuse trucks, will have their annual MOT carried out at the confectioner’s York vehicle workshop, an annual saving of about £5,000.

Coun David Levene said: “Every little penny we can save by joining forces with locally based businesses is benefiting York residents by building on next year’s round of budget savings.”

Nestlé became the first vehicle workshop in North Yorkshire to become an authorised testing centre in March 2011. Previously, vehicles were tested in Wetherby.

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