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All Fleet Services rebrands, moves office and launches new website

David Scobie

All Fleet Services is moving its head office, unveiling a rebrand and launching a new website all in the space of a week.

A provider of software solutions, call centre and administrative services to the fleet and automotive industries, it has been looking for a new head office for some time, with no room for further expansion and staff already split across two sites at their previous premises in Quedgeley, Gloucester.

The extensive search for new premises included properties within Gloucestershire and outside the county, but the firm has secured a long-term lease for 30,000 square feet of office accommodation within the Beechdene Building, Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean.

Dave Scobie (pictured), managing director of All Fleet Services, said: “I am delighted to  have secured these new premises. This move marks a new chapter for the business and it is great to have all our staff within one building and one floor and still have room for expansion. I’d also like to thank all of our staff that have made the move with us and thank the team that have been helping make the move such a smooth transition”.

To coincide with the move, All Fleet Services is also unveiling a new brand identity for All Fleet Services and re-naming and re-branding their network of over 5,000 managed service and repair garages from Procumaint to the All Fleet Network.


Scobie explained: “The All Fleet Services name has become a market leader, but the brand identity we felt was not sufficiently unique. We felt the time was right to have something that reflected who we are now and to freshen up our vision for the business moving forward, bringing together, under one identity the 3 divisions of the business: All Fleet Services, All Fleet Online and All Fleet Network.

“We’re also extending the strapline from All Fleet Online to the whole business – Connecting and transforming the industry – as it says exactly what we want to do as a business.

“Crucially though we’re not forgetting our roots, we’re not forgetting what made us the great business we are. We need to continue to focus on making a real difference to our customers. We’ll focus on doing the right things and doing them well”.

The final change will see the launch of a new website – www.allfleetservices.co.uk – which brings together all our previous sites into one place, so All Fleet Services customers, potential customers and those looking to work for us know exactly where to find out more information.

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