By Staff Reporter
Redcliff Municipality on Tuesday took delivery of two vehicles which are set to enhance efficiency within the local authority.
Redcliff entered a swap deal with top cement manufacturer Livetouch Investments based in Redcliff.
The Chinese owned cement manufacturing company was given some land in exchange of the service delivery vehicles.
“The suppliers delivered the vehicles yesterday at Town House,” Mayor Clayton Masiyatsva told this publication.
He explained that the vehicles will go a long way in assisting the Redcliff community.
“It will go a long way in assisting the community on our health services and in transporting our staff to and from work,” he said.
Be explained the swap deal which led to the delivery of the vehicles.
“In our agreement Livetouch wanted land from the Municipality and we needed equipment for the service delivery vehicles such as ambulances, fire tender, grader so it is from this arrangement that they are supplying us with vehicles,” he said.
Redcliff now have 3 ambulances.