Tamworth-based, car benefits and fleet management specialist, Fleet Evolution, has continued its recent expansion with the appointment of Chelsea Oak to the company’s engagement team.
Oak, who joins the company from the fast-paced corporate hospitality market, reports to managing director Andrew Leech, and is responsible for helping promote Fleet Evolution’s portfolio of business solutions, including the new stand-alone fleet management service.
The new service, launched in response to demand from fleet customers who wanted a more flexible, personalised service, is the company’s first move to provide a separate and fully customised fleet management solution for companies that are not existing salary sacrifice customers.
Oak said: “Fleet Evolution is increasingly seen as an innovative provider of salary sacrifice solutions for small and medium sized businesses.
“But, with the new fleet management service, we are broadening our reach and our appeal. I’m really looking forward to showing prospective customers the level of personalised, flexible service that we can provide in the fleet management arena,” she said.
Last November, Fleet Evolution was awarded Go Ultra Low company status for its initiatives in boosting the awareness of greener, less-polluting, plug-in vehicles.
As part of this commitment, the company is currently offering a free workplace charge point to new customers to help increase uptake of ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs), including pure electric cars and hybrids.
Andrew Leech commented: “We are continuing to expand our team here at Fleet Evolution and are delighted to welcome Chelsea to the business.
“Part of her remit will be to increase customer awareness of the various activities we have, like the free workplace charge-point, to promote the uptake of ULEVS amongst fleet operators, many of whom may be looking for a sensible, viable and cost-effective alternative to diesel vehicles.
“As a Go Ultra Low company, we want to encourage broader uptake of the latest type of low-emission vehicle not just because its makes environmental sense but because it makes sense from a cost point of view as well. Chelsea will be part of a wider team tasked with raising awareness of the benefits that ULEVs can offer,” he said.