Nigel Trotman appointed to ICFM board
Originally a librarian, Trotman joined the world of fleet in 1993 after spending a number of years as a facilities manager. He successfully operated and developed the Whitbread fleet over a 15-year period before joining Lloyds TSB Autolease as a consultant, with a role that included managing the Lloyds Bank fleet of over 8,000 vehicles at a time when it was being combined with the HBOS fleet.
Trotman then joined Alphabet as a strategic fleet consultant where he was involved in the development of new customer benchmarking tools and was closely involved in the evolution and delivery of products such as AlphaCity and AlphaElectric. He retired from Alphabet earlier this year but remains active in the industry, writing for the fleet press and as regional secretary of ACFO Midlands.
Chairman of the ICFM, Paul Hollick, commented: “I am delighted to welcome Nigel Trotman as the latest industry stalwart to join our impressive 11-strong board. His election strengthens the ICFM board still further and Nigel’s widespread experience will undoubtedly assist us in broadening our appeal to potential members seeking to develop their own careers and build their professional skills in vehicle fleet management.”