“Dream Team” in driving seat at CM Specialist Vehicles

In the latest of a series of positive developments, coachbuilding experts Woodall Nicholson Group have announced the launch of CM Specialist Vehicles. Evolving from the long-established specialist vehicles division at Coleman Milne and with respected industry expert Graham Clow firmly established in the driving seat, the new brand has been structured to deliver the highest standard bespoke vehicle solutions with a steadfast commitment to the Emergency Services sector.

CM Specialist Vehicles can build on the considerable heritage of Woodall Nicholson and position itself as the first choice supplier for any fleet manager seeking to source the highest quality, UK design-led, bespoke vehicles for their emergency fleet. Managing Director of Woodall Nicholson, Geoff Hudson, is particularly enthusiastic about the new venture and said:

“We are extremely excited with this development and the whole team is eager to drive CM Specialist Vehicles forward. The recent change of ownership has brought further commitment to the brand, strengthening our resolve to present a continuous, integrated approach to this specialised sector.

“As you know, we have enjoyed a highly-regarded presence in the Police vehicle market for many years and I am proud to acknowledge that throughout this time, Graham has worked wonders creating and developing the department. The decision to evolve our brand reaffirms our long standing commitment to bespoke vehicles, especially but not limited to, Police and other Emergency Service vehicles. We have always taken the Police vehicle market extremely seriously but with this development, our determination and commitment has been raised to an unprecedented level. With CM Specialist Vehicles we want to challenge the preconceptions of what the market expects of us and I am convinced that our team will deliver products and solutions that will appeal to a much wider market than just the Police sector.”


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