Selsia Vehicle Accident Centres has “strengthened” its operations team with the appointment of Ruth Lane to the position of operations controller.
Star, a healthcare outsourcing company, has appointed Selsia to centrally manage its accident and bodywork repairs for its fleet.
Selsia has been appointed by RSPB to centrally manage accident repairs for their fleet of vehicles across the UK.
Selsia has been awarded a three-year contract to centrally manage Amey’s accident repairs for its fleet of more than 10,000 cars, vans and heavy commercial vehicles.
Selsia Vehicle Accident Centres has strengthened its internal operations team with the appointment of Max Dickson as operations coordinator.
Selsia Vehicle Accident Centres has gained a ‘shop window’ with companies in the utilities sector by joining Achilles UVDB.
Many UK fleet operators are paying for overhead costs they don’t need when they use traditional management organisations to control their accidents repairs.
Bodyshop network Selsia is claiming that its repair costs are 24% below the industry average.
Selsia has continued with its commitment of developing fleet business for its repairer network with the appointment by South East Water of Selsia’s single point of contact fleet accident repair services.
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