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Nissan gets Gasworks moving.

Nissan has struck a deal to provide a fleet of vans to one of the south of England's leading gas companies.

The Japanese motor giant - which employs 4,500 people on Wearside - sold five Primastars to Gasworks in a deal worth more than pounds 50,000.

The vehicles will be used by Gasworks engineers carrying out repairs for customers.

Gasworks director Ashley House said: "We entered into discussions with Nissan at the beginning of 2003. We have now taken delivery of five vehicles which are all on the road."
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Feb 4, 2004
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