Experian has renewed its fleet contract with Leasedrive, which merged with Masterlease UK.
The global information services firm was one of Masterlease UK’s largest employers, with a fleet of 650 cars.
Brian Hill, head of peer-to-peer and billing at Experian’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) shared service centre, said: “Under our procurement policy, we periodically review our major suppliers and earlier this year issued a formal tender for our fleet supply.
“We had always enjoyed the service from Masterlease UK. Successful change management convinced us to continue the relationship with the new Leasedrive Group, which will see us benefit from its online total fleet management system, Drive:Manager.”
Roddy Graham, commercial director at Leasedrive, added: “I am delighted that we were able to persuade Experian that the new Leasedrive organisation is the right partner for the management of its car fleet and for delivering aspirational employee benefits.
“Masterlease UK had been Experian’s sole fleet supplier since 2002 and had provided a full range of additional services, under a continuous development programme, including accident management and short-term hire.”
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