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E7 Building Services rolls out fully branded fleet of vans as part of business investment

One of four specialist Jarvis Group divisions, the mechanical and electrical subsidiary has partnered with LeasePlan Go to provide the high-spec vehicles, with 14 brand new Peugeot vans provided across the entire business and a further 20 being delivered in the coming months.

The fleet will now travel across the Midlands and the South East to deliver mechanical and electrical services to some of the UK’s biggest building contractors.

The vehicles are intended to support growth of the local firm, with business investment also bringing new premises in Wellingborough.

Plant and transport manager David Meadows at Jarvis Group Ltd said: “We’re delighted to kick off the new start of the E7 Building Services Ltd journey by providing our staff with high-spec vehicles from LeasePlan Go. Our fleet is integral to the work we do here, so it’s essential that we provide our staff with the best quality vans possible. We can rely on LeasePlan Go to deliver this for us.”

The new vans have been welcomed by E7 staff. Driver, Alex Meadows said: “The new vans are a big upgrade from the old vehicles. They’ve got sat nav, DAB radio and cruise control which makes driving on the job a much better experience. I'm lucky to be one of the first drivers to get one of the Peugeot vans from LeasePlan Go and I'm really pleased with it.  

“It’s a real pleasure to drive the vans and the new branding stands out a lot more. Everyone’s commenting on the new look, even people outside of the business like our clients, so we feel proud to get them on the road.”

LeasePlan Go brand director Tom Brewer added: “LeasePlan Go specifically caters for SMEs and we understand the specific fleet needs of businesses like E7 Building Services Ltd. This means we’re superbly positioned to help them deliver their services now and in the future.”

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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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