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Chevin US announces move to bigger offices

The American arm of fleet software company, Chevin US, has moved into bigger premises.

The company attributed the move to a period of sustained sales success.

The new premises continue to be based in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, but are four times the size of the previous property, said Chevin. It includes a dedicated training facility for its customers.

Ron Katz, senior vice president of North American sales, explained that the company had seen huge growth over the previous 18 months since moving into its previous offices, with a long list of new signings including The City of Olympia, The City of Boston, Haitian National Police and The State of Connecticut.

“These new premises are a strong indication of the progress that Chevin has made recently, with an ever lengthening list of highly professional fleet customers, a growing team of fleet software experts to support them, and a market-leading product range."

Katz continued: “We are now very much ready to enter our next stage of development as a business, looking to build on the gains that we have made. By meeting the changing needs and exceeding the expectations of fleet operators across the US in terms of helping to manage everything from cost control to risk management, we believe that we are well placed to continue to grow.”


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