Fleet News

Amey appoints Selsia to manage accident repairs


Selsia has been awarded a three-year contract to centrally manage Amey’s accident repairs for its fleet of more than 10,000 cars, vans and heavy commercial vehicles.

With more than 21,000 employees, Amey delivers services across a multitude of sectors including water, power, gas, metering, strategic and local highways, rail, environment and waste, social housing, defence, healthcare and transportation.

Tom Lawless, fleet and plant director at Amey, said: "As one of the UK's largest public services providers, it is absolutely vital that our fleet of more than 10,000 cars, vans and specialist commercial vehicles is both operational and reliable.

"For this reason, we carefully evaluated several suppliers of centrally managed accident repair services and decided to appoint Selsia due to their total service offering and excellent track record with Amey. We look forward to working with them over the coming years”.

Nev Dickson, sales director at Selsia, added: “We have been working closely with Amey for a few years and we understand their needs and requirements in order for them to deliver outstanding services for their customers.

"This new three-year contract now includes a substantial amount of additional vehicles of all different types and we look forward to continuing to deliver excellent support with the help of our network of over 160 approved Selsia repairers”.

Click here for accident management best practice and procurement insight

Leave a comment for your chance to win £20 of John Lewis vouchers.

Every issue of Fleet News the editor picks his favourite comment from the past two weeks – get involved for your chance to appear in print and win!

Login to comment


No comments have been made yet.

Compare costs of your company cars

Looking to acquire new vehicles? Check how much they'll cost to run with our Car Running Cost calculator.

What is your BIK car tax liability?

The Fleet News car tax calculator lets you work out tax costs for both employer and employee