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GE Capital forms new partnership

GE Capital Fleet Services has formed a strategic partnership with accident and claims management specialist Accident Assistance. Birmingham-based Accident Assistance is the subsidiary of Consolidated Financial Insurance, another GE Capital company.

GECFS expects the partnership to improve its fleet accident management, offering a service which is currently provided from its Salford headquarters. Jonathan Burr, managing director of GECFS, said: 'We shall be able to combine our own specialist technology and expertise with the innovative approach and facilities of Accident Assistance.'

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