Vanarama aims to shake-up short-term leasing industry

Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017   |   Author: Daniel Puddicombe

Vehicle leasing company Vanarama has launched a short-term leasing offering to businesses, which it claimed would “disrupt the sector”.

The firm will offer high-spec, premium-brand vehicles on six to 18 month-long leases.

Vanarama said it has developed the new arm thanks to growing demand from customers for short-term leases, while personal leasing customers will be able to benefit from the shorter contracts later this year.

Michael Consitt, formerly sales manager at CarLeasing365, will head up the operation. “No matter the size of a company, there is often a need for a short lease – established businesses may have short-term contracts to fulfill or perhaps have an employee in need of a flexible transport solution, or even have new recruits with a qualifying probation period,” he said. \\

Vanarama claimed it would be able to undercut its rivals thanks to its “close relationships” with the leading wholesale rental providers, from whom it sources the vans.

“Of course, there are already companies out there offering short-term leasing solutions. By launching our own offer, however, not only can we use our buying power to source customers some great deals, but we can also offer them the reassurance of the Vanarama brand and the award-winning customer service for which we’re known,” Andy Alderson, CEO of Vanarma said.


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