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Hitachi Capital selects MoDel

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Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions sees so many benefits for its supplying dealers from the electronic delivery and collection of vehicles, that it is recommending its preferred suppliers use the MoDel system.

MoDel is a new online solution which provides added automation to the new vehicle delivery handover and collection process, and has been developed as a joint venture between Oxford-based online solutions Ebbon-Dacs and motor accessories supplier, VGroup International.

Hitachi Capital will be issuing a tender in July for its new vehicle supply requirements for both cars and vans for the next two years, and for the first time will be adding a requirement for electronic delivery and collection as part of their terms and conditions.

Chris Tocher, purchasing and supplier operations manager at Hitachi Capital, said: “True to our company vision statement, we are always keen to embrace innovative and sustainable solutions, and from our early research into this technology it was clear that electronic handover and collection was something that could really benefit our vehicle supply partners and enhance the experience that Hitachi Capital delivers to drivers.”

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