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Xograph electrifies fleet with JCT600 VLS

Date: 17 March 2022   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Medical equipment supplier Xograph has introduced a choice list of electric and plug-in hybrid cars for its fleet, with support from JCT600 Vehicle Leasing Solutions (VLS).

Following a competitive tender, the leasing company worked with Xograph to shortlist potential EV and PHEV options for its fleet, including analysis, industry updates, data on each vehicle, and true costs associated with each option.

As part of the new scheme, Xograph now offers a more premium list, to enhance benefits to its drivers, reduce its carbon footprint, and drive staff engagement.

Following this, JCT600 VLS also won the work to supply company cars for the entirety of Xograph's parent company Healthcare 21 Group, with 32 orders placed so far.

As well as vehicle funding, JCT600 VLS is providing a complete fleet management service.

Healthcare 21 office manager and executive assistant Stacey Wheeler said: "After a competitive tender we awarded JCT600 VLS the contract and have not been disappointed. We needed to work quickly to roll out our new scheme to our drivers to get orders placed as quickly as possible, and JCT600 VLS made this process very simple and efficient. 

"JCT600 VLS continually support our drivers and fleet management daily with the upmost level of customer service, response times are quick and they go above and beyond to help in any way they can. I love working with them and I know our drivers won't be disappointed as deliveries start to happen!"

JCT600 VLS customer services director Lindsay Francis said: "We wanted to ensure that any vehicle on the predetermined choice list was a great offering and benefit to the companies and their drivers. 

"In addition to the potential options, we provided information on government grants, vehicle charging, taxation, and shared experiences of other customers who had already adopted an EV/PHEV choice list.

"The implementation quickly evolved over a period of a few months. Xograph not only went out to its own drivers but extended the offering to its parent company. This meant that 40+ drivers were immediately offered more valuable vehicles, which would drive substantial BIK savings for all of them."