Renault deliver latest fleet additions to UK building management firm
Integral UK, provides both planned preventative and reactive maintenance to over 1,600 clients in 40,000 locations. With 1,300 technicians and engineers, the firm operates one of the largest national mobile maintenance fleets with an engineer in every postcode, enabling a focus on a first time fix and a quick and efficient response.
With a fleet of more than 1,200 vehicles, there are constantly handovers of new Renault vehicles, with the latest batch of six recently arriving at Renault Birmingham. The French marque has provided 227 Kangoo Vans, 272 Mégane Sport Tourers, 205 Trafic vans, and six Master vans on a solus basis since 2010.
David Hughes from Renault Birmingham handed over the latest set of keys to Keith Abell, Fleet manager at Integral UK. The new arrivals included liveried Trafic and Kangoo Vans, as well as Mégane Sport Tourers.
Mr Abell said: ‘We selected Renault for our fleet needs as the vehicles are renowned for style, comfort, practicality and frugality.’
Darren Payne, director of Fleet and Commercial Vehicle Operations at Renault UK, said: ‘The Integral fleet is a familiar sight on the UK’s roads and we’re thrilled at the ongoing agreement to supply Trafic and Master vans, on top of Mégane Sport Tourers.
‘Here at Renault, we’re continuing our focus on driving down emissions, so we hope that Integral will reap the benefits of their fuel-efficient fleet in terms of lower running costs.’