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BT Fleet Solutions and Winton Engineering partnership to benefit customers

BT Fleet Solutions and Winton Engineering have announced at a new working relationship that will bring added benefits to their customers.

The new working relationship will bring a number of benefits to Winton Engineering customers using BT Fleet Solutions

Announced at the 2019 CV Show, the new venture will provide maintenance and servicing on Winton Engineering systems using BT Fleet Solutions’ network of garages and mobile engineers.

The contract will allow BT Fleet Solutions to better service both internal and external customers’ vehicles with on-vehicle power systems, and builds on the firms’ work through mutual customers since 2006.

Simon Ungless, business development director at BT Fleet Solutions, said: “Winton Engineering’s systems are used by many BT Fleet Solutions utility customers, so the additional services we will now provide will serve to further strengthen our product offering and relationships with these customers.”

The move will benefit Winton Engineering’s customers by providing increased coverage for maintenance and servicing of the Winton on-vehicle power systems. It will also provide them with a greater flexibility for systems to be serviced either on site using one of BT Fleet Solutions’ mobile engineers, or at one of BT’s 65 garage locations, reducing the time and fuel required by customers to reach their nearest available site.

Winton customers using BT Fleet Solutions will also have the added benefit of being able to get their vehicles serviced at the same time in addition to servicing the Winton systems, a significant potential reduction in VOR (vehicle off road) time.

Andy Jones, managing director at Winton Engineering, commented: “BT Fleet Solutions is a respected name in the UK utility market and so working with them matches nicely with the positive reputation that the Winton on-vehicle power systems have for robustness, reliability and efficiency.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 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. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.

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