The deal continues the arrangement that sees Inchcape looking after Prudential’s 800-strong fleet of company cars. The contract covers maintenance management, vehicle service, maintenance and repair bookings, short-term car rental and vehicle breakdown recovery.
Prudential fleet manager John Wills said: ‘Inchcape Fleet Solutions has enabled the company to make savings of about £50,000 within our vehicle maintenance budget.
This is due to both tighter authorisation procedures and the excellent technical knowledge of Inchcape Fleet Solutions’ maintenance management controllers who ensure vehicle downtime is kept to an absolute minimum.’
Meanwhile, Inchcape’s Premier Service, a maintenance and repair dealer booking service, saves employees time on getting their cars looked after professionally.
Wills said: ‘The Premier Service team has taken the hassle out of arranging work with dealers.’