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Alphabet’s experience with LCVs ensures high-quality service

Alphabet supplies all makes and types of commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tonnes, ​including electric vehicles. We believe it’s important to match commercial vehicle funding to your company’s operational needs, depending on the nature of your business.

A leasing provider’s success in delivering an excellent service to its customers depends greatly on the quality of its supplier network.

Alphabet has an approved conversion partner network in the UK. Working closely with our network of suppliers enables us to deliver a consistent, high-quality approach to service levels and to deliver the most complex commercial vehicle requirements, on time and to the right specification. From coachwork to internal and external fit-outs  complete bodybuilding projects, our commercial vehicle experience is outstanding.

Electrifying LCVs
Seeking to reduce its fleet’s environmental impact, Saga Group took delivery of four Renault Kangoo ZE electric vans in June 2014.The vehicles have been in daily use, moving
post, office equipment and staff between the company’s locations in Kent. 

Fleet and in-house services manager Lukas Jansen Van Vuuren described the move into EVs as “plain sailing”. He said: “The drivers use them all day, plug them in to charge at night and come back the next morning and off they go. To the drivers, they are just like a normal vehicle.’’

Alphabet understands that commercial vehicle experience counts. Whatever your LCV needs, our flexible, comprehensive approach will deliver a solution to meet them.

Don’t take our word for it – read what our customers have to say:

Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber (RDaSH) NHS Foundation Trust enhanced its service to thousands of wheelchair users in South Yorkshire and north Lincolnshire with the introduction of two new mobile workshops.

Technicians from the trust helped to specify the Ford Transits, which feature tail-lifts, workbenches, task lighting and storage space for wheelchairs and spare parts. Alphabet co-ordinated and guided RDaSH through the upgrade.

Ken Harwood, logistics manager at RDaSH, whose team runs 45 LCVs for 12 departments, said: “The Alphabet team gave us all the guidance we needed. The new vehicles are everything we were looking for in terms of repair facilities, environmental issues, mpg and cost.”

WDH awarded the supply contract for its LCV fleet to Alphabet in 2014.

“Alphabet handles our requirements by proactively managing our vehicles’ servicing needs,” said Paul Clarke, procurement categories manager at WDH. “Irrespective of scheduled service intervals, every vehicle undergoes a safety inspection every six months.

“Alphabet uses its scheduling system to make sure any compliance checks are undertaken and it holds the information about what needs to be checked on each vehicle, to make sure the drivers are safe and only required work is undertaken.

“The implementation of the contract and mobilising the vans was an important phase, which Alphabet handled well and quickly. It is working very well for us.”

For more informations, please call: 0370 50 50 100 or visit: www.alphabet.com/en-gb/commercial-vehicle-funding

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