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Toyota (GB) welcomes two new public sector managers

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Toyota (GB) has appointed James Mackintosh and Hayley Kirby as public sector managers, to promote the benefits of hybrid to local authorities and public organisations.

Mackintosh and Kirby are covering the north and the south of the country respectively, increasing the support available to public sector fleet managers.

They are able to explain all the details of hybrid-electric technology and the real-world benefits it can offer fleets who make the switch from conventionally powered vehicles.

They are helping raise awareness among national, devolved and city authorities of the zero emission performance of Toyota’s self-charging hybrid-electric vehicles, in particular for urban and city driving.

Toyota and Lexus Fleet’s general manager Stuart Ferma said: “With Toyota now listed as a supplier on the major Government procurement frameworks and with more and more fleets seeking to adopt cleaner technologies, we recognised the value of putting a team in place to set out the benefits of hybrid-electric vehicles to the relevant public bodies, particularly those who are looking to change from diesel engines.

“With this dedicated customer support we can clearly explain the positive environmental impact and the genuine cost advantages self-charging hybrids can bring to a fleet, while also addressing any misconceptions about the technology.

"This will be particularly helpful to fleets seeking to make the switch from diesel to hybrid-electric vehicles.”





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  • Richard Storey - 22/07/2019 10:07

    Toyota GB Public Sector Team update very good and very useful

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