Opel proves a little gem in German market.
Vauxhall sister company Opel has signed an agreement with Deutsche Post World Net to become the exclusive vehicle supplier of the group's medium van fleet until the end of 2004.
Under the agreement, up to 4,000 Vivaros, built at the IBC IBC International Building Code
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The vans form part of Deutsche Post World Net's medium van fleet in 14 European countries.
Deutsche Post World Net offers a range of services, such as global mail, express delivery, logistics and financial services The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
Please [ improve this article] or discuss the issue on the talk page. . With addition of the 1.9 litre diesel-engined Vivaro, it plans to substantially renew its medium van fleet.
Final preparation of the vehicles to meet the requirements of Deutsche Post World Net was handled at Opel Special Vehicles GmbH (OSV OSV Och Så Vidare (Swedish: And So On)
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Carl-Peter Forster, Opel chairman and managing director, said: "Deutsche Post World Net's choice confirms yet again that we are hitting the mark with our commercial vehicles offer."
In the UK, Vauxhall van sales doubled in two years. Last year Vivaro sales, at 10,057, were up by 81pc on the previous year.