Andrew Goodwin (pictured) is to join BT Fleet as sales director.
Goodwin joins from Lex Autolease, where he was business development director, heading up new business in the Mega Fleets team and brings over 20 years fleet management and leasing experience including a long tenure at Arval.
The move is one of a number of moves at the company.
Cheryl Feely-Jones has become account management director looking after all existing customers, Paul Browne becomes bid and governance director, Richard Guest becomes finance director and Ian Martin has expanded his role to become strategy, transformation and marketing director.
Feely-Jones, Browne, Guest and Martin have all been with BT Fleet for some years and these changes underpin BT Fleet’s ambitions to build on its reputation in the market as the UK’s leading fleet management provider in the operational fleet market. Goodwin’s addition also supports BT Fleet’s plans to extend its offering to customers by providing funding solutions.
Managing director, Henry Brace, who moved into the position in April from his previous roles as chief operating officer and finance director, said: “I am delighted with the achievements of our business in recent years and these changes complete the Leadership Team required to take on the growth opportunities available to us and ensure that we continue to deliver exceptional service for our strong portfolio of customers. Andrew Goodwin is an excellent addition to my team and joins a strong and extended leadership team that is set-up for our next phase of growth”.