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Fleet Service GB reports continued growth

Car and van fleet management firm Fleet Service GB has reported booming business as it moves into its fourth year of operation.

(L-R) Senior management team members: Pete Hitt, Sarah Clifford, Geoffrey Bray and Marcus Bray with Fleet Service GB employees.

(L-R) Senior management team members: Pete Hitt, Sarah Clifford, Geoffrey Bray and Marcus Bray with Fleet Service GB employees.

The firm was launched by Marcus Bray, who with his father, Geoffrey Bray, and stepmother, Ina Bray, was instrumental in the growth of Fleet Support Group (FSG), which was acquired by United States-headquartered ARI in 2011 and subsequently renamed ARI Fleet UK.

Built on a co-ownership model in which members of the senior management team are all shareholder, Fleet Service GB offers a range of fleet management solutions underpinned by technology and now manages almost 7,000 cars and commercial vehicles for a wide range of clients that include Stannah and VPS Group.

Other changes include relocation into new headquarters on a Corsham business park that are four times larger than its launch premises and an expanded personnel of 22 employees.

Head of sales Marcus Bray said: “Fleet Service GB is successful because as a fleet management company it truly understands the needs of each client and becomes a genuine extension of a customer’s management team. Hand-in-hand we identify and specify objectives and work together to find and deliver solutions utilising cutting-edge technology.

“Fleet Service GB continually strives to deliver fleet solutions that are the most cost-effective for customers, while always ensuring that vehicles, drivers and journeys are managed efficiently and effectively.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.