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Ogilvie Fleet celebrates winning prestigious Fleet News Award

Ogilvie Fleet is celebrating after being named leasing company of the year (up to 20,000 vehicles) in the annual Fleet News Awards.

Ogilvie Fleet is celebrating after being named leasing company of the year (up to 20,000 vehicles) in the annual Fleet News Awards.

This success – it was also a finalist in the customer service award category – means it has has won more than 20 fleet industry awards since 2010.

Gordon Stephen, managing director at Ogilvie Fleet, said: “It is fantastic that we are consistently winning fleet industry awards.

“It shows that the business is continually providing customers with the products and services they require.

“Continually winning awards is also reflective of Ogilvie Fleet employing a great team of people and reinforces the superb job they are doing in terms of delivering customer service excellence. Without first-class employees that understand the market, our customers and the products and services available we cannot deliver.

“Success comes down to team work and all employees are focused on delivering what customers want from the initial enquiry to vehicle delivery, through the life-time of vehicles on fleets and ultimately defleet.

“If that focus is not spot on weak areas will be exposed, but winning another award shows Ogilvie Fleet delivers to the highest standard.”

Ogilvie Fleet operates an expanding fleet of more than 18,500 vehicles on lease and under fleet management including company cars and vans and models funded via salary sacrifice and personal contract hire schemes offered by customers to their employees.

The citation from the Fleet News judging panel said: “Ogilvie Fleet has achieved good business growth in a challenging market. Strong testimonials and satisfaction measures demonstrate that the company is as passionate as ever about customer service.”



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