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BT Fleet wins Network Rail contract

BT Fleet has announced it had won a new deal with Network Rail to provide fleet management for one of the UK’s biggest vehicle fleets.

The five year contract with Network Rail, which has around 7,800 vehicles nationally, starts this month. BT Fleet’s contract includes the provision of fleet management, maintenance, accident management, as well as third party services, such as glass, tyres, roadside assistance and vehicle hire.

Emma Osborn, Network Rail - NDS business manager, said: “We selected BT Fleet as our fleet partner following a rigorous tendering exercise.  They demonstrated excellent knowledge, capability and resilience in the management of complex operational fleets. We look forward to working in collaboration with the BT Fleet team to maximise the efficiency, compliance and availability of our vehicles.”

David Bowen, BT fleet managing director, said: “This contract win contributes to an overall business strategy of customer growth and growing profitable revenues. This is great news for us and reinforces our credentials as the UK’s leading provider of fleet management services to operational fleets with a real focus on customer service.”

Joe Fielder, BT fleet sales director said: “I am delighted to win this prestigious contract.  We’ll continue to build on these successes and are now working on new markets such as the public sector.”

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