Peugeot marks 25 years of Pointer fleet partnership
03 September 2019
Author: Sean Keywood
Peugeot has announced its latest order of fleet cars from security integrating company Pointer, which has been running the firm's vehicles for 25 years.
The latest order includes examples of the 308 lower-medium and 508 upper-medium cars, with the latter in GT-Line spec.
Pointer now has 53 308s on its fleet, along with four 508s, 13 3008s, two 2008s and a 208, as well as 26 Peugeot LCVs.
The company has bought more than 1,000 Peugeots in total since 1994.
Pointer director Sandy Rowan said: "Over the last 25 years Peugeot and Pointer have built a robust and rewarding partnership.
"From 306s and 406s in the 90s to today's 308s, all-new 508s and 3008 SUVs, Peugeot have always had cars and vans that were right for our fleet.
"I would like to thank all the past and present members of the Peugeot fleet team, who in the last quarter century have always gone the extra mile to look after us. It's been a big help as Pointer has grown to know that support was there."