German-based fleet mobility solutions provider Alphabet International has expanded its global footprint to Canada through a partnership with Jim Pattison Lease, a 61-year-old fleet management and vehicle leasing company with locations across Canada and in the U.S.
Alphabet, founded in 1997 in the United Kingdom as a fleet management subsidiary of the BMW Group, today offers range of leasing options and mobility services in more than 30 markets worldwide.
Jim Pattison Lease is a member of the Jim Pattison Group, the second-largest company in Canada with sales of more than $12.7 billion in 2020 and more than 51,000 employees. Begun as one auto dealership in 1961, the Group now comprises more than 25 operations divisions in a wide range of industries and fields. Founder Jim Pattison, 93 years-old, remains at the company’s helm as CEO and chairman.
“Our aim is to offer our expertise and innovative mobility solutions throughout Europe and beyond,” says Susanne Loser, director of international sales at Alphabet. “Operating in Canada, Jim Pattison Lease is the perfect partner in broadening our scope and providing all our customers in North America with the best mobility services. What we especially appreciate about this new partner is that their core values such as close customer relationship and customer satisfaction, align with Alphabet’s values and mission.”
Originally posted on Global Fleet Management
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