Alphabet grows public sector fleet 5%
Driven by cost-saving initiatives, a number of organisations have received new batch deliveries from Alphabet including Yorkshire Ambulance Service, the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Kent County Council and Suffolk County Council.
Working with leading independent public service advisory organisation, Sector Treasury Services Ltd (Sector), Alphabet was also appointed to the West Midlands Ambulance Service Vehicle Supply Framework and the Halton Housing Trust Contract Hire Framework.
James Russell, executive director and head of advisory services at Sector, said: ‘When it comes to funding vehicles, plant and equipment, our team structures and sources optimum funding solutions to ensure organisations achieve both value for money and real money savings. By securing inclusion on these two key frameworks, Alphabet had to demonstrate a clear understanding of the requirements of the client organisations and that it is competitive in terms of its service offering.’
Clive Buhagiar, head of public sector at Alphabet, added: ‘We’re very proud of the good work being done by the public sector team at Alphabet, which has been nominated for a number of customer service awards in the past six months. We work closely with our customers to provide the best possible mix of flexible transport solutions, from corporate car sharing to fleets; short-term rental to salary sacrifice.’