Alphabet has recruited a new team of field-based mobility consultants to provide fully integrated mobility.
Kwik Fit has won the Fleet Service Provider of the Year title at fleet leasing Alphabet GB’s inaugural Supplier Awards.
Leasing and business mobility organisation Alphabet has appointed Chargemaster as its official electric vehicle (EV) charging partner in the UK.
A proposal to abolish tax allowances on travel and subsistence expenses could be revived by the Government’s current consultation into expenses tax reliefs.
by David Bushnell, product manager mobility at Alphabet GB
Supply chain management specialist Fleet Assist has won the innovation award at Alphabet GB’s inaugural supplier awards.
More than a third (38%) of UK drivers aged between 45 and 55 confess that they don’t feel confident changing a tyre on their vehicle, a survey suggests.
Alphabet GB has appointed Stefan Oswald to its UK executive team as chief financial officer.
Alphabet has announced the first winners of their inaugural ‘Alphabet Supplier Awards’ to recognise and celebrate the achievements of its service providers.
Alphabet Partner, the Broker sales channel launched at the end of September 2014, has exceeded a portfolio of over 20,000 vehicle contracts.
Leasing company Alphabet has joined calls from the SMMT to be consistent in electric vehicle taxation policies, and avoid penalising drivers moving to greener cars.
by John Chuhan, chief risk officer, Alphabet
Alphabet has again been recognised as one of the UK’s leading employers by the Top Employers Institute.
Alphabet GB has announced that Leanne Christmas has joined the business’ UK executive team as its new head of compliance.
Alphabet delivered more than 3,600 electric and plug-in vehicles in 2016, more than doubling its vehicle parc.
Alphabet has appointed Leo Taylor as its new head of product management, who returns to the company after five years.
Alphabet International has officially launched in the Chinese market, offering a portfolio of services focused on financial leasing and business mobility.
Measures announced by the Government in yesterday’s Finance Bill could 'put a brake on' the growth of ultra-low emission vehicles until 2020, warns Alphabet.
Alphabet is urging more manufacturers to share vehicle maintenance-related data with leasing companies, following the successful launch of its Teleservices initiative with BMW UK earlier this year.
Electric and hybrid cars now account for almost 20% of the 170 company vehicles at Panasonic UK.
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