Daimler Fleet Management (DFM) has won through a national tender process for car leasing and has become one of three awarded suppliers to NHS Scotland.
The company secured a place on NHS Scotland's framework agreement in January, and has already provided a variety of cars for use by staff both individually as company vehicles and on a shared, ‘pool’ basis.
Scott Chambers, fleet sales manager at DFM, said: "We’re delighted to be working with NHS Scotland and looking forward to developing our partnership.
"Not only will we be supplying the organisation’s vehicles, but we’ll also be actively managing its fleet to help keep the wheels of the health service turning across Scotland."
NHS Scotland is responsible for the delivery of frontline healthcare services, and for the protection and improvement of the population’s health, through 14 regional health boards.
It also oversees seven special health boards and one public health body, which support the regional boards by providing a range of specialist and national services. Accountable to Scottish Ministers, and supported by the Scottish Government’s health and social care directives, NHS Scotland employs 160,000 staff.