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Fleet Operations appoints new commercial support manager

Rachel Davies, Fleet Operations

Fleet Operations has appointed Rachel Davies as its new commercial support manager.

She joins the independent provider of outsourced fleet management services from IAM Roadsmart and will be responsible for strengthening the company’s go-to-market strategy in line with its commercial targets.

Davies said: “I have gained a wealth of career experience in business development and customer retention, while acquiring in-depth knowledge of driver risk management, safety and training.

“I hope this will prove invaluable in my new role with Fleet Operations.”

Fleet Operations’ outsourced fleet management services include strategic consultancy, multi-bid leasing, pay-as-you-go maintenance, dedicated hire provision, EV transition as well as supply chain management, policy creating and risk management.

In December it set itself a net zero carbon target by signing up to a carbon offsetting scheme for all the greenhouse gases created by the business.

The company was recently certified by the British Assessment Bureau to the ISO14001 standard for environmental management.

Fleet Operations has converted 30% of its fleet to electric and hybrid vehicles and installed solar panels at its head office in Newcastle-under-Lyme.

The company also switched to a 100% renewable energy provider and following a thorough benchmarking of their energy consumption, it has set clear KPIs to reduce energy and fuel usage over the next two years.

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