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Longstanding relationship

PHARMACEUTICALS giant Bristol Myers Squibb has celebrated a quarter of a century of deals with GE Capital Fleet Services by signing up to its personal car ownership plan (PCOP).

Bristol Myers Squibb first dealt with Gelco International – one of the forerunners of GEFS – in 1979 for fleet leasing and management, and despite re-tendering several times, has always stuck with the firm.

Now, on top of its 560 vehicles, Bristol Myers Squibb has signed up to a web-enabled personal car scheme designed to deliver a flexible benefits package to its drivers.

PCOP is fully underwritten by the corporate customer, with each entitled employee given access to a more tax efficient method of purchasing cars that can be used on company business.

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