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Stannah replaces pool car fleet with new SEATs

The Ibiza superminis, supplied by the Business Centre at Snows SEAT Southampton, replace Stannah’s Andover-based pool car fleet and were chosen for their robust quality, competitive whole-life costs and the wide range of advanced safety technology available.

Stannah already has number of SEAT Leons already in operation for its service and installation fleet and says it’s been impressed by their strong reliability and economy, leading to the adoption of the Ibiza.

Jean Olding, fleet controller at Stannah, commented: “The SEAT service team in the Business Centre at Snows SEAT Southampton assisted greatly with our decision-making process, helping us to find the right vehicles for our needs.

“Stannah is a family-owned business which has a long history of delivering quality products and services on which businesses and individuals depend day in and day out for movement of goods and people, and our fleet needs to encompass and reflect our commitment to delivering those core values.

“Reliability and the total cost of ownership were key priorities when making a shortlist as our vehicles are required nationwide 365 days a year. We have been very pleased with the existing SEATs on our fleet and we are confident that SEAT helped us make the right decision for the new pool cars on the fleet.”

SEAT UK’s head of fleet and business sales, Peter McDonald, added: “We are naturally pleased that Stannah has returned to us to find the right solution for its growing fleet.  

“Not only have we been able to specify and fulfil a selection of vehicles which are perfectly suited for the requirement, but our dedicated regional team at Snows has also demonstrated the quality of service which fleet customers can expect when they deal with SEAT.   

“I have no doubt that Stannah’s drivers will enjoy the driving experience offered by our Ibiza and Leon ranges and that the cars will continue to perform exceptionally for the business.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 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.