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Ireland’s public sector benefits from Northgate flexible fleet

Northgate's flexible fleet hire offering is proving popular in Ireland in the public sector.

The package solves operational and logistical issues, whilst also offering the public sector modern and fuel-efficient vehicles that meet legislation and environmental obligations. In addition to these benefits, a partnership with Northgate frees fixed capital by removing depreciating assets and any costs typically associated with an owned fleet of vehicles, such as vehicle maintenance, servicing, breakdown and recovery – helping to reduce downtime.

Peter Millen, General Manager for Northgate’s Irish operation, said: “Our unique offering is proving to be very popular in Ireland, resulting in a 15% growth this financial year. We place a huge focus on quality and meeting rentable standards for our customers - offering complete flexibility and peace of mind.

"Our fleet features vehicles from the world’s leading manufacturers and are less than three years old. We also use a quality tyre supplier – Goodyear Dunlop– to further ensure quality and safety standards are exceeded.”

Peter added: “This focus on quality, teamed with our flexible and hassle free offering, places us in a unique position to offer a fleet solution to the public sector that hosts true operational advantages. This has helped with our success in Ireland and we feel confident that our offering will continue to benefit Ireland’s industry moving forward.”


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