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Chevin Fleet Solutions appoints new directors

Ray Creamer

Chevin Fleet Solutions has appointed Will Wycks (pictured below) and Ray Creamer (pictured left) to its board of directors.

Wycks, the former head of transformation, data and customer excellence at BT Fleet Solutions, will be global marketing director.

Creamer, international IT demand and operations manager at Jaguar Land Rover, will take on the role of global delivery director.

Ashley Sowerby, CEO and founder at Chevin, said: “Both Will and Ray bring with them skill sets that will add tremendous business value.

“With over 24-years combined experience in their respective business areas, they have a high level of credibility and we are very excited to welcome two industry leaders to the board.”

Will WycksWycks will look to create and execute Chevin’s new corporate strategy, looking to revamp product development, push digital development and to improve the customer experience.

He said: “It’s a hugely exciting time for Chevin as it continues a significant period of global growth and I am delighted to join the team.  

“FleetWave is a very impressive product and I look forward to helping shape the strategy for the next chapter of growth for the company.”

Creamer, however, will run the strategic business transformation.

He said: “With industry leading solutions and a highly dedicated and motivated team, I am really excited to be joining Chevin.

“In a constantly changing and turbulent world, my goal is to ensure Chevin remains at the forefront in anticipating customer needs and delivering innovative, effective & stable solutions.”

The new duo will undertake work that is not only expected to enhance Chevin’s presence in the market, but will also push its global growth.

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