Vauxhall has announced the following organisational moves in its Fleet Sales department.
Maurice Howkins, Fleet Sales Director, is appointed to a newly created role of Fleet Sales Customer Relationship Director. Maurice maintains a key role in the Fleet Sales team, with a remit to further enhance Vauxhall's strategic fleet relationships. Maurice has held a number of key leadership roles at Vauxhall and was recently welcomed into the Fleet News Hall of Fame in recognition of his contribution to the industry.
"I am delighted to be appointed to this new role," said Maurice. "We pride ourselves in offering excellent customer service, which is the critical measure for all our fleet customers. I'm looking forward to continuing to raise the bar."
Succeeding Maurice as Fleet Sales Director is James Taylor who moves from his current role of Vauxhall's National Fleet Sales and Contract Hire Manager. James has been with Vauxhall for eleven years, joining the company as a graduate. During that time, he has held a number of positions of increasing responsibility within the company.
"This is an exciting opportunity for me to oversee Vauxhall's fleet sales team, which comes at an important time in the company's history," said James. "We have the strongest product portfolio ever, including the award winning New Meriva, New Astra and Insignia, in addition to the best selling ecoFLEX range, with a long list of new launches to look forward to, particularly our first electric car, Ampera."
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