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Driive Consulting appoints Stewart Lightbody as innovations and EV manager

Stewart Lightbody, AFP

Stewart Lightbody has joined Driive Consulting as innovations and EV manager, effective from January 4, 2021.

Lightbody has significant fleet experience, having held senior fleet roles at Anglian Water and M Group. He was also named Fleet Manager of the Year at the 2019 Fleet News Awards.

Driive Consulting’s managing director Colin Hartley said “We are delighted to have Stewart on board to further strengthen an already outstanding senior management team.

“Stewart is at the very forefront of the changes happening in the Fleet industry and will be a huge benefit to our clients who are looking at reducing their CO2 and moving towards a carbon neutral fleet.”

Lightbody is also the deputy chair of the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) and leader of the AFP’s LCV Committee.

He said: “I am delighted to be joining a company with such a strong focus on reducing fleet risk and an appetite for helping to shape the industry. I enjoy challenging the industry to continually evolve and improve the efficiency of drivers and assets alike.”

Alison Moriarty, former fleet and compliance manager at Skanska, joined Driive in May 2020 as fleet risk director.

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