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Seat fleet team grows

Seat has announced a further expansion of its fleet and business sales team.

The Spanish brand's regional fleet sales team has doubled, from four fleet sales managers to eight, as Seat delivers on its commitment to enhance customer experiences and increase customer loyalty.

Led by new head of fleet Steve Robertson and by national fleet sales manager Sally Livingstone-Dennis, the full team including administrators and support staff now numbers 18 - a massive six-fold expansion since 2008.

Aside from broadening its fleet team, Seat has also deepened its expertise by developing additional roles created to focus on precise customer needs.

A specialist sales manager is dedicated to so-called blue light, taxi, chauffeur and conversion markets, while a key account manager focuses on larger end user fleets operating 500+ vehicles. More recently, Seat has also added a dedicated fleet aftersales manager to help ensure the highest levels of care for business customers.

Meanwhile, Seat’s Fleet Business Centre is also expanding as it ably supports the brand's determination to become a fleet manufacturer of choice.

Designed to work as an extension to the Seat UK fleet and business field sales team and dealer network, its aim is to further improve customers' experience of dealing with the brand.

Robertson said: “Investing in a major expansion of the fleet team in the way that we have should leave no one in any doubt how committed we are to our goals in this area of the market.

“Becoming well-known not just for our excellent products and our value is just the start: I want SEAT to be seen as the company that's also the easiest to do business with.

“We've had great success over the past year or two as we've laid the foundations of a strong fleet business. Now, with such a committed and dedicated team around me, I'm confident we can push on to even bigger and better things.”
 


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