Government picks Naza-Berjaya for fleet management job

Around 500 units of Proton X70 sports-utility vehicles were delivered to the government between December and January this year.

PETALING JAYA: The government is said to have picked the Naza-Berjaya consortium for the long-term contract to supply, maintain and manage its huge fleet of official cars and police patrol vehicles after nearly a year of competitive bidding process.

It is believed that the consortium had received the letter of intent from the Finance Ministry, with the actual award targeted by June this year. The current fleet management contract, awarded to Spanco Sdn Bhd in 1994, had expired in late 2018.

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