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Fleet Operations, the UK’s leading independent provider of outsourced fleet management and mobility services, has appointed Mark Gallagher as Business Development Manager to support the company’s ambitious growth plans.
Bringing more than 20 years’ experience in the fleet industry, Mark previously spearheaded and developed award-winning solutions to aid businesses in making the transition to electrification.
In his new role, Mark will explore new opportunities to accelerate the growth of Fleet Operations’ client base.
“As the fleet industry readies itself for recovery in the wake of the pandemic, companies will be looking at how they can best reduce costs and drive greater levels of efficiency,” he said.
“Fleet Operations has a proven track record in consulting with clients to achieve these goals, and I look forward to building on this success. The company has an enviable reputation in the industry and I am delighted to be joining such a forward-thinking and dynamic organisation.
“Having spent many years involved with both leasing and fleet management, I aim to utilise my career expertise to propel the business forward.”
Jayne Pett, Sales and Marketing Director at Fleet Operations, added: “Mark has a wealth of business development and fleet experience and will prove a fantastic addition to the team.
“Having successfully implemented award-winning green solutions in his previous roles, we are confident he will be a huge asset to Fleet Operations, helping deliver on our strategic goals.”
Fleet Operations’ outsourced fleet management services include strategic consultancy, multi-bid leasing, pay as you go maintenance, dedicated hire provision, EV transition as well as supply chain management, policy creation and risk management.