Bristol VMD Delivers Emergency Vehicles to Iraq

Abu Dhabi’s Bristol Vehicle Manufacturing Division (Bristol VMD) has announced it has rolled out seven new fire-fighting and emergency response vehicles as part of a multimillion-dollar contract with Russia’s Gazprom Neft.

ConstructionWeekOnline reports that the new fleet of vehicles — five oilfield fire-fighting vehicles, one rescuer and pollution-control vehicle, and a water and foam support trailer — will be deployed at the Badra oilfield project.

Bristol VMD is a subsidiary of Concorde Corodex Group (CCG), which is itself part of the MH Al Mana Group of companies. Despite the fact that the contract was only penned in December 2013, the manufacturer’s senior executives have revealed that all seven vehicles have already been delivered to the Badra oilfield.

(Source: ConstructionWeekOnline)

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