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Ogilvie Fleet continue £2.5million Northern Ireland expansion with move to new Belfast office

Friday, June 14, 2013 - 08:53
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EXPANSION: Jim Humphreys, Regional Manager

Fast-growing Ogilvie Fleet’s £2.5million investment in Northern Ireland is continuing with the company’s move into new offices.

The award-winning business – Northern Ireland’s only privately-owned and operated leasing and fleet management company – have moved to the prominent and prestigious city centre address, Quay Gate House.

Relocation is the latest initiative in a £2.5million Ogilvie Fleet expansion, which aims to see Northern Irish business triple in size to 3,000 vans and cars.

Nick Hardy, Sales and Marketing Director at Ogilvie Fleet, said: “The move into new offices is a direct result of our continuing fleet expansion in Northern Ireland and our need for more space to further develop the division and recruit additional staff.

“Business this year remains buoyant and we have already achieved strong growth and new contract wins from a wide range of corporate customers throughout Northern Ireland.

“We buy locally, recruit locally and support the Northern Ireland business community in everything we do.”

The move from Dundonald, on the outskirts of Belfast, comes two years after Ogilvie Fleet increased their footprint with the acquisition of Contraflex Contract Hire and Leasing.

Quay Gate House is located off Belfast’s M3 Link, close to the Titanic and Odyssey Arena complexes alongside the city centre and the George Best Belfast City Airport.

With focus on rapid expansion, the company are seeking to meet their strategic objective of quickly growing business with public, private and voluntary sector organisations.

“We want to become the number one vehicle leasing provider in Northern Ireland,” Mr Hardy added.

“We believe that is possible as a result of on-going investment, the availability to customers in the province of our multi award-winning product portfolio as well as innovative web-based solutions for fleet decision-makers and drivers and finally first-class customer service.”

Ogilvie Fleet, one of the UK’s largest independent contract hire and leasing specialists, also have offices in Birmingham, Sheffield and Stirling, operating almost 11,000 vehicles UK-wide.

They provide contract hire, leasing and fleet management solutions for UK and European companies operating vehicle fleets ranging from five to more than 2,000 units.

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