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BCH clinches WMF fleet deal

BCH Vehicle Management has been appointed to manage animal feed and farming product company WMF's 90-strong fleet of vehicles.

In the past WMF relied on various leasing companies to supply its cars, but the new deal includes a sole supply agreement for all vehicles on contract hire. This currently accounts for 85% of the company's fleet, which is made up of a range of diesel models. Drivers will be given a BCH fuel card and a direct line to the company so that it can deal with their fleet requirements direct. Accident management will also be handled by BCH and the company's Pro Fleet system will be used to co-ordinate and manage servicing and maintenance work.

WMF, based in Melksham, provides vehicles for its representatives, retail managers, livestock and grain buyers, product managers and senior management.

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