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Transis all set to expand into commercial fleet management

A NEW company established to manage the combined fleets of Welsh Water and SWALEC is set to expand into commercial fleet management in both the public and private sectors. Transis is the transport services division of Hyder - the parent company of the former public utilities which merged earlier this year.

With a fleet of 5,000 vehicles (3,000 commercial vehicles and 2,000 management or essential user cars) and 7,000 items of plant, the company is experienced in meeting the needs of large fleets within both public and private sectors.

Transis has a network of 25 garages and service depots throughout Wales and the border counties and can provide clients with a range of services from acquisition, through accident and maintenance management to disposal. The company already turns over around £1.5 million in business from external clients - some of whom, like the Environment Agency and National Grid, are inherited from its previous status as part of a public utility.

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