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2021 Great British Fleet Awards winners revealed

The UK’s pre-eminent fleet managers, service firms and cars and vans have been revealed in this year’s Fleet World Great British Fleet Awards.

The awards honour excellence in fleet management, and the products and services which support operators running safer, greener, more cost-effective fleets

Judged by an expert panel of Fleet World Group editors, the awards cover 38 categories and recognise latest innovations. This includes work among service suppliers to help fleets run their operations and vehicles in a safer, greener and more efficient manner.

The awards also celebrate the fleet managers at the forefront of the sector for their work on advancing strategies, and also set out those cars and vans that are leading the way in areas from safety to fuel efficiency – including the latest electric and electrified vehicles.

Commenting on the awards, Fleet World editor Martyn Collins said: “Despite having faced an inordinate amount of challenges over the last 12 months, the fleet sector has continued to show how it’s at the forefront of innovation in the UK, keeping businesses going during lockdown and playing a key role in plans to ‘build back better’.

“The industry’s work on electrification – from supporting services to the vehicles themselves – is also exemplary as the UK continues on the path to net zero. My congratulations to all the winners.”

For full details of the individual winners and the judges’ comments, click here.

GREAT BRITISH FLEET AWARDS WINNERS 2021:

Fleet World Supplier Awards

Financial Superstar: Shaun Atton of Auto Windscreens

Fleet Management Superstar: Matthew Hammond of Altrad Services

Eco Superstar: Kevin Booker of Brecon Beacons National Park

Innovation in Risk Management: VisionTrack

Innovation in Cost Reduction: The Algorithm People

Innovation in Mobility: Fleetondemand

Innovation in SMR: ARI

Innovation in Customer Service: Ogilvie

Innovation in Remarketing: ADESA

Innovation in Electric Vehicles: Mina

Innovation in Technology (EVFW): GRIDSERVE

 

Fleet World Manufacturer Awards

Best Fleet Supermini: Vauxhall Corsa   Highly commended: Renault Clio

Best Fleet Small SUV: Renault Captur   Highly commended: Ford Puma

Best Fleet Medium SUV: Volvo XC40   Highly commended: Range Rover Evoque

Best Fleet Large SUV: SEAT Tarraco   Highly commended: Peugeot 5008

Best Lower Medium Fleet Car: Škoda Octavia  Highly commended: SEAT Leon

Best Upper Medium Fleet Car: Škoda Superb   Highly commended: Vauxhall Insignia

Best Compact Executive: BMW 3-Series   Highly commended: Volvo S60

Best Executive Car: BMW 5-Series   Highly commended: Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Best Luxury Car: Mercedes-Benz S-Class   Highly commended: Audi A8

Fleet Rising Star: Jaguar Land Rover

Fleet Manufacturer of the Year: Škoda

 

EV Fleet World Awards

Best EV City Car: Fiat 500   Highly commended: Honda e

Best EV Supermini: Peugeot e-208   Highly commended: Vauxhall Corsa-e

Best EV Small SUV: Kia e-Niro   Highly commended: Volkswagen ID.3

Best EV Medium SUV: Jaguar I-Pace   Highly commended: Audi e-tron

Best EV Compact Executive Car: Polestar 2   Highly commended: Tesla Model 3

Best EV Executive Car: Porsche Taycan   Highly commended: Tesla Model S

One to watch:  Ford Mustang Mach-E

Best EV Van: Citroën e-Dispatch/Peugeot e-Expert/Vauxhall Vivaro-e   Highly commended: LEVC VN5

 

Van Fleet World Awards

Small Van of the Year: Ford Transit Courier

Compact High-Cube Van of the Year: VW Caddy 5   Highly commended: Citroën Berlingo/Peugeot Partner/Vauxhall Combo/Toyota Proace City

Medium Van of the Year: Ford Transit Custom   Highly commended: VW Transporter

Large Van of the Year: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter   Highly commended: Ford Transit

Pickup of the Year: Toyota Hilux   Highly commended: Ford Ranger

Light Truck of the Year: Iveco Daily   Highly commended: MAN TGE

VFW Van of the Year: Citroën e-Dispatch/Peugeot e-Expert/Vauxhall Vivaro-e

VFW Van Manufacturer of the Year: Ford

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news - or gossip.

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