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.
The BVRLA honoured members of the vehicle rental and leasing industry at the association’s Annual Dinner at the London Hilton last week (March 5).
The seminar, hosted at Alphabet's UK offices, will focus on managing the consequences of a road crash or other sudden, violent vehicle-related event.
The amount fleet operators are paying in end-of-contract excess mileage charges for both cars and vans has increased significantly in the past year.
Kwik Fit awarded three-year Alphabet contract.
Alphabet’s latest Partnership Forum brought together brokers, retailers and affinity partners from across Northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Brake offer crisis management training course.
Alphabet is entering the South American market via a new partnership with Brazilian fleet management firm Unidas.
Affinity Partnerships unveil new hires.
This short film looks at the benefits of service, maintenance and repair services provided by Alphabet.
Richard Chadwick promoted to head of Alphabet partner.
Sascha Fricke joins from Alphabet International, where he served as head of operational risk and compliance.
Arrival of new models to further boost demand, but concerns are raised over lack of availability.
Alphabet has hired Miles Tetlow as its new head of contract and Hannah Broad as its new head of collections.
Almost three quarters (73%) of British workers still believe a car is essential to their daily commute, according to new research by Alphabet.
Buhagiar has been with Alphabet since 2011, initially joining as head of public sector following the acquisition of ING Car Lease by the company.
The latest Euro 6d-Temp approved diesels can play their part in the modern fleet, according to Alphabet.
Businesses that operate vehicles in the Birmingham area can attend a free event on the city’s clean air zone (CAZ) on Thursday, November 29 at the Library of Birmingham at 8am.
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