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National Salvage rebrands with a focus on fleet needs

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National Salvage, which incorporates NSG and NSA, has rebranded as E2E Total Loss Vehicle Management (E2E). 

The rebrand signals the group’s service innovation and business growth goals, with a focus on raising best practice standards in salvage and recycling services for the fleet market, it said.

E2E says it will support fleet managers with reduced vehicle down time, reduced repair costs,  stronger vehicle salvage resale values and quicker sales, all driven by the group’s focus on performance consistency underpinned by new service standards.

The company’s reclaimed parts network aims to provide fleet managers with quality checked, warranty supported reclaimed parts, dispatched overnight when ordered by 3pm. 

This can make the economic difference to a vehicle being determined reparable or a total loss and can expedite the repair process, getting fleet vehicles back on the road faster, said E2E.  

Reclaimed parts, it added, can offer significant savings on retail prices and can potentially lead to reduced labour costs, as the ability to source a specific component can negate the need to replace a larger section of vehicle. 

The group has the capacity to securely store over 30,000 vehicles UK wide meaning it can dismantle and store salvage from liveried vehicles delivering invaluable time and cost savings.  

It says it is ideally positioned to realise maximum vehicle salvage value for fleet customers via its online salvage auction site, which sells more than 2,000 vehicles every week and matches vehicles for sale with reclaimed parts availability.

Demonstrating performance confidence, E2E is offering a free, three-month trial of the major components of its end-to-end total loss vehicle management service, giving fleet managers the opportunity to benchmark its offering against other providers.

Fleet managers can choose to outsource the entire total loss vehicle management process to E2E or they can select specific modules to meet their business requirements and budget. 

Modules include emergency roadside recovery and storage, negotiation of inherited storage charges, assistance with vehicle document and keys management, engineering assessments by in-house AQP qualified engineers, pre-accident valuation, total loss valuation and settlement negotiation with the policyholder.  

All Cat A and Cat B vehicles are depolluted, dismantled and destroyed in-house, with Certificates of Destruction issued by head office.

Neil Joslin (pictured), chief operating officer at E2E Total Loss Vehicle Management, said:  “E2E will be a game changer for the salvage market and will see fleet managers rethinking their definition of a salvage partner.  

“We are committed to outperforming the market when it comes to customer experience and protecting the environment, drawing on our valuable heritage and 30 years’ industry experience. 

“Alongside our total loss vehicle management service our reclaimed parts network is set to expand.  Existing catalogued stocks of over one million parts will continually increase as members handle higher salvage volumes and their accredited engineers depollute and dismantle vehicles on site, continually re-stocking the group’s reclaimed parts’ warehouses. 

“We are already talking to a number of fleet managers about the use of reclaimed parts to overcome potential delays in vehicle parts procurement from Europe.”   

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