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Grosvenor Leasing praised for work on Whistl fleet

Date: 30 May 2022   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Grosvenor Leasing has been named as supplier of the year by delivery company Whistl.

Among the initiatives considered for the award was Grosvenor helping Whistl to develop a new company car policy in order to encourage drivers into ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) and EVs.

Grosvenor used whole-life expenditure to develop a new choice list, offering a better reflection of the true value of choosing ULEVs and EVs and allowing Whistl to consider the long-term outlay associated with the vehicles while reducing its carbon footprint.

In addition, Grosvenor also oversaw initiatives regarding the company's van fleet.

Whistl procurement property and fleet director Gareth Hughes said: "The team at Grosvenor Leasing has done an outstanding job for Whistl in helping us reduce our vehicle emissions.

"Using whole life costs to demonstrate to us that plug in hybrid and electric vehicles are better value in the long-term, despite their higher purchase price, was pivotal to our decision to change our vehicle policy to alternative fuels. 

"Their innovative thinking has helped speed up the process of us moving into electric vans and makes them a very deserved winner of our supplier of the year award in 2022."

Grosvenor customer services director Mary Dopson-Taylor said: "We are thrilled to have won this award as it reflects the hard work, commitment and clever thinking of our 0Zone team who have helped Whistl on their way towards the ultimate goal of a zero-emission vehicle fleet."