Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) UK has launched a fleet-focused website covering all five of the group’s brands - Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep and Abarth.
The FCA Fleet Hub, says the manufacturer, has been designed to meet the specific needs of fleet and business users and to improve the customer experience.
The move is part of FCA’s plans to further establish itself as a fleet operator of choice in the UK.
Iain Montgomery, fleet and remarketing director at FCA UK, explained: “The launch of the new FCA Fleet Hub represents a major step forward in our plans to firmly establish ourselves as one of the country’s leading fleet manufacturers.
“Between them, our brands offer a phenomenal strength in depth that few can match and we want to ensure we have the right support in place to capitalise on that.”
The FCA Fleet Hub includes: fleet and business finance offers; online quotations for small businesses to large fleets; access to advice and support; and links to the network of dedicated FCA business centres.
Montgomery continued: “We recognise that setting up a vehicle fleet operation that suits everyone in a diverse business can be challenging, so the new FCA Fleet Hub will help businesses and fleet operators with answers to all of their questions, as well as access a range of support and exclusive offers they’ll really appreciate.”
Montgomery moved to the role of fleet and business sales director at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) at the start of this year.
His new role was one of a raft of changes to the senior management structure at FCA, with Damien Dally and Francesco Vanni joining the UK team to take on the roles of country manager for Jeep and Alfa Romeo, and Fiat and Abarth respectively.
FCA outlined its electric vehicle plans late last year, while highlighting its broad spread of vehicles, from small cars to sports cars and SUVs to large vans.