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Elms in new role at Sandicliffe Motor Contracts

Sandicliffe Motor Contracts has announced the promotion of Phil Elms to the role of sales director.

Gary Benfield, managing director said, “Phil has been with Sandicliffe Motor Contracts for four years and has played a key role in the company’s success during that time. I’m therefore delighted to welcome Phil into this position and look forward to him playing an even greater role in our business growth.”

In recent years, Sandicliffe Motor Contracts has extended its service portfolio to include key services such as short term solutions, accident management, the development of cost effective and tax efficient fleet policies, the provision of grey fleet management and a whole host of other solutions – all supported by very high levels of customer care and account management.

“As an independent contract hire and leasing company we have the flexibility and freedom to serve our customers in the way that suits them best,” said Phil.

“By purposefully avoiding the call centre culture of our bank-owned rivals, our customers enjoy the ability to speak to someone who knows them and their fleet personally which leads to extremely longstanding relationships where we can be pro-active in helping drive down costs, whilst improving the service and support to their drivers.

“Over the past few years we have enjoyed sustained growth in very challenging economic times, and I put this down to the manner in which we add value to businesses operating vehicle fleets across the UK.”
 

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