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Lease Plan extends 300-vehicle supply contracts

VEHICLE management company Lease Plan has extended supply deals with two companies to supply nearly 300 vehicles in the UK. British Central Electric, Europe's largest electrical wholesale group, has extended a seven-year relationship with Lease Plan following a competitive tendering process with two other companies.

BCE's 190-strong fleet of cars and commercials has changed from an open fleet policy to a Vauxhall/Ford fleet for the new, open-ended scheme. It will be run through Lease Plan's open calculation programme, which offers a cost price approach to vehicle leasing. Lease Plan will also provide accident management, risk management, daily rental and fuel management.

And Lease Plan's Edinburgh office has secured a contract renewal with Elf Exploration for two years for the supply of 100 vehicles through the open calculation scheme. Elf, which has been a customer of Lease Plan for more than two years, has agreed to run the scheme for a further two years.

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