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Burger King cooks up a new fleet deal

FAST-FOOD restaurant Burger King has beefed up its fleet with a four-year fleet contract worth £1.2 million through Lloyds TSB autolease.

The deal covers 100 company cars for restaurant, general middle and senior managers as well as a small van fleet for service engineers. It encompasses fully outsourced contract hire and maintenance as well as direct driver liaison.

Andrew Currie, Burger King's human resources manager, said: 'We chose Lloyds TSB autolease because of the range of services, the company's experience and its level of service. We were also impressed by the service offering for drivers which includes direct driver contact, accident management and ServiceTrak.'

The contract hire company said ServiceTrak would offer Burger King drivers a maintenance and repair facility that is available 24 hours a day, by phone or online. ServiceTrak staff will book cars in for servicing, maintenance or repair, provide free collection and delivery from work or home and courtesy cars if needed.

Paul Dawkins, regional business development manager at Lloyds TSB autolease, said: 'We are extremely pleased to be working with Burger King and are looking forward to developing a true partnership approach.'

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