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Automotive Leasing secures place on Procurement for Housing framework

Automotive Leasing, LeasePlan’s specialist public sector fleet services provider, has secured a place on Procurement for Housing’s (PfH) framework agreement for the third consecutive cycle.

PfH, the purchasing consortium for the social housing sector, provides services to 800 members from around the UK. 

Automotive Leasing was awarded ‘first ranked’ supplier status for ‘Lot  1 - Vehicle Lease, Contract Hire & Associated Products & Services’, with particular acclaim being reserved for quality, technical merit and customer service, with Automotive Leasing scoring 49.6% out of a potential 52%.

Through this arrangement, Automotive Leasing vehicles and associated services, such as daily rental and fleet management, will be made available under the vehicle leasing lot and the daily rental lot to housing associations, local authorities, councils, registered social landlords, arms-length management organisations and other public sector departments such as Defence and Education. 

The customer fleet type on this framework will vary from commercial-only fleets to those clients with a mixed car and commercial fleet, through to other clients with specialist vehicles. 

Due to this ‘first ranked’ supplier status, clients can now offer a direct award to Automotive Leasing via the PfH Framework for their requirements which fall into the scope of ‘Lot 1’ rather than having to conduct any further competition.



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