Leaseplan hikes up profits in 2015
09 February 2016
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Leaseplan published its annual global results has revealed its gross profit grew by 19% to £343m in 2015.
The Dutch company also revealed it expanded its fleet to a record level of 1.55m vehicles worldwide, an increase of 9%.
According to the 2015 BusinessCar BC50, the firm's fleet grew by 7500 vehicles to 147,276 units in the UK, placing it in second, behind Lex Autolease.
Leaseplan also claimed that 92% of fleet managers are very satisfied with the quality of its services.
"In 2015 Leaseplan achieved strong financial results and made excellent progress against its main strategic priorities: growth and operational excellence, with a strong focus on customer-centric innovation, and the development of its people," Vahid Daemi, CEO of Leaseplan said. "To make Leaseplan a 'one-stop shop' for business mobility, we are extending our client offering through new products for car sharing and flexible leasing."