Arval has extended its contract with ATS Euromaster to fit Michelin tyres across both the leasing company's owned and maintained fleet.
The two companies began working together in the mid-1990s, with ATS Euromaster going on to secure the majority share of account in 2009.
Following a recent tender process, ATS Euromaster was successful in retaining its position, with the new contract growing through Arval’s acquisition of GE Capital Finance Fleet Services in Europe, putting a further 28,000 assets into ATS Euromaster’s care.
This new two-year deal will continue a longstanding commitment by the leasing provider to fit premium Michelin replacement tyres on customer vehicles.
Joel Lund, supply chain director at Arval, said: “Working with the right tyre supplier is incredibly important to us.
"We have confidence in ATS Euromaster’s ability to deliver the support that our customers need and we continually measure them against clearly defined performance indicators, service levels and using feedback direct from our customers.”
Arval customers have full access to ATS Euromaster’s national network. Customers also have the option to book a mobile appointment, and have their new tyres fitted at their home or place of work.
Mike Williams, head of national fleets at ATS Euromaster, added: “We will be introducing a new direct centre delivery process which enables any tyre to be delivered to one of our centres nationally the next working day.
"This coupled with our e-booking system, will help us to deliver the best experience for Arval drivers.”