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AWS turn from client to customer

02 November 2011

ARAMARK Workplace Solutions (AWS) has taken its first step into the world of fleet leasing with fleet management company ING Car Lease.

The agreement, which has been secured for an initial four year term, will see AWS lease a total of 40 cars and vans from ING Car Lease in a contract hire deal which also includes full maintenance, UK and European breakdown cover, accident management, as well as lead-in and short term hire solutions. It further cements a long-standing working relationship as AWS is the Planned Preventative Maintenance service provider for the ING Group across a number of locations.

Aidan Bell, Managing Director of AWS, commented: “The replacement of fleet vehicles reinforces our business strategy and commitment to investment in the AWS brand. The movement from owned to leased vehicles is just one way in which we are ensuring our business is as cost effective and efficient as it can be. We chose ING Car Lease as a partner as a result of their ability to offer us value for money, additional services and support throughout the transition.”

Frances Toogood, account manager at ING Car Lease, added: “AWS is one of the first of our customers to select the latest telematics tracking technology, which provides real-time data on the performance of the 28 LCVs within the fleet, as well as ensuring health and safety compliance for lone working. We’re looking forward to working together to develop this technology for real-time fleet analysis – proving the benefits of both telematics and a leased fleet.”







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