David Bushnell has moved from leasing consultancy to independent fleet management role

David Bushnell has moved from leasing consultancy to independent fleet management role

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Former principal consultant for leasing and mobility provider Alphabet UK, David Bushnell, has joined Fleet Operations, an independent fleet management company.

David Bushnell is appointed director of consultancy and strategy, effective immediately.

He brings with him a 30 year portfolio of sector experience and extensive knowledge of alternative fuels and electric drivetrains, fleet taxation, personal motoring schemes, salary sacrifice and fleet funding.

A former mechanical engineer, he is a member of the Association of Fleet Professionals and a lead provider on financial training.

Bushnell’s role will be to promote the company’s fleet management solutions for SME, corporate and international customers and heading up the delivery of strategic development and consultancy.

“Fleet Operations has established itself as a clear leader in fleet solutions by staying consistently ahead of the curve in the core areas of customer service, technology and green mobility,” Bushnell commented.

“Our services remain 100% independent of any leasing company, manufacturer or dealer group which is essential to deliver genuinely impartial fleet management advice and tailor-made solutions which really meet clients’ needs.  I’m delighted to be joining such a strong and forward-thinking team and am looking forward to leveraging my experience to help drive further growth.”

Ross Jackson, CEO, Fleet Operations, added: “We recognise the importance of providing our customers with unrivaled industry expertise and a consultative approach to fleet strategy. That means having the best people available to provide insight, expertise and advice and ensures our strategy and product portfolio continuously evolves. David strengthens an already impressive team and evidences our ongoing commitment to invest in the right people to help our clients solve their mobility needs.”