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Fleet Evolution launches fleet management service for 'all customers' in company first

Andrew Leech, managing director of Fleet Evolution

Fleet Evolution has launched a stand-alone fleet management service to provide “top quality to the fleet management scene”.

It already provides fleet management services to salary sacrifice and car benefits clients, but in a “company first” it will now offer to a broader range of companies.

Fleet Evolution’s managing director Andrew Leech (pictured) said: “We have seen the fleet management scene in this country move away from providing top quality, personalised service to one that is providing a service that is purely based on price – and that is not necessarily the best thing for the customer.

“What we are looking to be is different from the herd by providing a service that fleet customers actually want, that fully meets their every fleet need – rather than one that just puts a tick in the box.

“We know that, through the services we already provide to salary sacrifice customers, we have developed a track record of delivering up to a 30% reduction in fleet running costs whilst improving the service for the customer, employees, drivers and suppliers. We are now extending that approach to a wider audience.”

Fleet Evolution, which was awarded Go Ultra Low company status at the end of last year for its commitment to boosting uptake of ultra-low emission vehicles, actively targets small to medium sized businesses.

“However, that doesn’t mean that we can’t cope with larger fleets of several hundred vehicles as we have the infrastructure in place to handle that size of fleet,” said Leech.

“The key to success isn’t the size of the fleet, however, it’s the level of personalised, flexible service that we can provide and that will always be our number one commitment.”


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