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Speedy selects Fleet Alliance for new member services

Speedy has selected Fleet Alliance to provide fleet management services to business customers of a new membership club Speedy Assist.

Under the terms of the agreement, Speedy Assist members receive fleet purchase advice and support and a range of fleet management services on fleets of vehicles from one to 500.

For those businesses that prefer to contract hire their vehicles, Fleet Alliance will provide them with finance through a panel of preferred lenders to select the most competitively priced vehicles.

Speedy Assist members, primarily small businesses, also have access to the full range of products and services that Fleet Alliance provides through its online Fleet 360 facility, including fuel management, competitive tendering, driver check and accident management.

John Byrne, product development director at Speedy, said: “We are confident that through Fleet Alliance, Speedy Assist members will receive outstanding customer service, products and solutions when they need to take on vehicles for their fleets and to meet their transport and mobility needs.”

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