Alphabet GB has launched Alphabet Motion, a new Personal Contract Hire (PCH) platform developed to suit corporate customers.
Alphabet GB announces new appointments including Spencer Halil as its new chief commercial officer and Alphera announces Peter Rogers as its new director.
Alphabet have announced a new partnership with Medequip, a community healthcare equipment provider, supporting local authorities and the NHS.
UK vehicle leasing companies say that lessons learned during the first lockdown mean processes are in place to ensure fleet services continue.
Alphabet International has announced that former CEO of Alphabet (GB), Richard Schooling, will leave the business at the end of 2020.
The latest from the fleet industry including Severn Trent adding 19 new Hyundai Konas to its fleet and Alphabet forming a partnership with SG Fleet.
The AlphaGuide app is now being offered with more self-service solutions, such as nearby fuel and charge stations and damage reporting.
But rapid growth in online shopping means commercial vehicle operators have less reason to be gloomy
Fleets are adopting electric vehicles (EVs) in record numbers as greater choice and zero benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax boost their appeal to company car drivers.
Alphabet has published a new report examining how the Coronavirus pandemic has accelerated changes to travel and transport, altering consumer and business travel habits in UK cities.
Interactive Fleet Management and Alphabet (GB) make changes to senior management teams.
Unprecedented downturn is prompting many companies to rethink their fleet strategies.
Business interest in outsourcing fleet operations is on the rise as companies consider their bottom line and the impact of Covid-19, according to LeasePlan.
Alphabet is providing CityFibre with a pool of cars that can be shared by multiple employees with keyless entry.
Alphabet GB has appointed Clive Buhagiar as its new interim chief operating officer (COO), replacing Uwe Hildinger who has taken a new role at Alphabet Germany.
NewMotion has agreed a deal to provide charge points for Alphabet drivers and customers both at home and in the workplace.
Almost three-quarters (72.6%) of respondents to a Fleet News survey say less than 10% of their company cars are being driven for work.
Industry is working with fleet decision-makers to extend contracts, where necessary, and mitigate potential charges incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Breadth and depth of product and service is the Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions mantra.
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