Asset Alliance Appoints New Aftersales, Procurement, and Productivity Manager

Asset Alliance Appoints New Aftersales, Procurement, and Productivity Manager

Asset Alliance has appointed John Harris as the new Aftersales, Procurement, and Productivity Manager. This change will guarantee that customers receive the highest standard of support from himself as well as the company.

Harris’s new responsibilities include working closely with Asset Alliance’s repair and maintenance partners and parts and tyre manufacturers to ensure first-rate products and performance and to optimise the customer experience. Due to his 26 years of experience at Enterprise Flex-E-Rent, formerly Burnt Tree Vehicle Rental, he will also be providing strategic advice to the company’s fleet customers.

Asset Alliance is a relatively young business with an enviable client list. My focus is on ensuring long-term customer satisfaction, so we can ensure we have the highest levels of repeat business in the sector. We have a great network of partners we work with, and I am looking forward to strengthening our relationship with them as a group and individually, for the good of the customer and for both our businesses, reported Harris to the Commercial Development Director, Dave Potter.

Harris is believed to be capable of making a difference within this role and he will be based at the commercial vehicle asset finance and leasing company’s head office in Wolverhampton, West Midlands.

Asset Alliance is one of the UK’s leading providers of commercial vehicle Finance, Contract Hire, and Fleet Management and it is part of the Asset Alliance Group. The Group occupies a unique position in the market, as it uses its own funds and significant buying power to supply multi-brand vehicles on any combination of contract hire, operating lease, finance lease or hire purchase. This flexibility, combined with a transparent and consultative approach, helps customers drive maximum efficiency from their fleets. The Group is headquartered in Wolverhampton and was founded in 2010 by Willie Paterson, former Director of Commercial Finance at Alliance & Leicester plc.

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