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Today in Fleet – Monday 7 August

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Molly Maid COO, Jonathan Holden, said the vehicles will act as a roaming billboard for the company.

Molly Maid COO, Jonathan Holden, said the vehicles will act as a roaming billboard for the company.

Fabia awarded fleet deal for cost and practicality

Domestic cleaning franchise Molly Maid has added 15 Skoda Fabias to its 370-strong fleet with plans for a further 60 in the next year.

The vehicles, which will feature the Molly Maid livery, were chosen for their low p11d value and competitive lease cost as well as practicality and overall design

Jonathan Holden, COO of Molly Maid, added: “We made the move to Skoda, as previous manufacturers couldn’t offer the same combination of benefits as the Fabia. We also need a rapid response from a dealer network to both supply and service vehicles to save on costly downtime and ŠKODA has proven time and time again to deliver on all fronts.”

New Jaama recruits (left to right) technical support advisors Abbi Storer, Aimee Lund and Gerald Hyde.

New Jaama recruits (left to right) technical support advisors Abbi Storer, Aimee Lund and Gerald Hyde.

Latest recruits join Jaama

Jaama has recruited a further six customer-facing employees as it reports continued business growth.

The recruits include a technical client manager and four technical support advisors who all sit within Jaama’s customer service department and a project consultant who has joined the company’s implementation team.

Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: “The expansion in Jaama’s customer base across all business sectors in which we operate – public and private fleets including those with their own workshops, vehicle leasing and rental companies, and plant, equipment and tool hire – is driving the need to recruit additional staff.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 14 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. Natalie works across the magazine portfolio and updates the company websites with daily news, interviews and road test content.