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Steve Archer

Fleet Services Director and Director of Financial Services

Inchcape plc

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7546 0022

Email: s***@***.com

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Inchcape plc

22A St James's Square

London, Greater London,SW1Y 5LP

United Kingdom

Company Description

Inchcape Fleet Solutions operate a Quality Management System that has been independently certified at ISO 9001 standard since 1996. In addition, we operate an Environmental Management System, which has met the requirements of ISO 14001:2004 since July 2009. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

GE Capital Corporation


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Kia Motors


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www.carsontheweb.com

Steve Archer, director of fleet services at Inchape Fleet Solutions explains the rising interest in low-CO2 cars: “Businesses are always on the lookout for ways to reduce operating costs without compromising service levels, and adding low-emission vehicles to a fleet represents a perfect way to achieve this.â€.


www.truckstopuk.co.uk

Steve Archer, Inchcape UK's fleet services director, said: "Stuart brings a great deal of experience to the business, having worked in a similarly demanding role at Kia Motors.


www.vehicle-remarketing.co.uk

"Businesses are always on the lookout for ways to reduce operating costs without compromising service levels, and adding low-emission vehicles to a fleet represents a perfect way to achieve this," says Steve Archer, director of fleet services at Inchcape Fleet Solutions.
"Prior to the market downturn, there was already clear evidence that customers were seeking more fuel-efficient vehicles, but external factors - natural disasters, war, civil unrest and oil prices - have acted as a catalyst, speeding up the process." Archer adds: "With the focus now firmly placed on whole-life cost and value for money, the industry has never been so attuned to the benefits of sub-100g/km vehicles." But fleet numbers will grow: "Gradually Inchcape customers are realising just how many benefits are held in sub-100g/km vehicles: they are far cheaper to tax and fuel, resulting in a more attractive whole-life cost," says Archer. "It is not only running costs where carbon-efficient vehicles stand head and shoulders above their competition. They are also subject to considerable Government allowances (e.g. London congestion charge exemption) that are likely to become more commonplace in the future." Due to sub-100g/km models' low volumes, auction prices are currently strong. BCA's Henstock comments: "Used cars in this sector tend to be priced pretty keenly because of the scarcity factor, and this will often outweigh the obvious benefits accruing from reduced motoring costs. In reality the usual rules apply when it comes to valuation - make and model, desirability, condition, mileage and presentation are the critical issues." Archer adds: "Lower CO2 cars are performing relatively better than their higher CO2 equivalents in today's market, but the question is, will this still be the case in the future?


www.businesscar.co.uk

"Businesses are always on the lookout for ways to reduce operating costs without compromising service levels, and adding low-emission vehicles to a fleet represents a perfect way to achieve this," says Steve Archer, director of fleet services at Inchcape Fleet Solutions.
"Prior to the market downturn, there was already clear evidence that customers were seeking more fuel-efficient vehicles, but external factors - natural disasters, war, civil unrest and oil prices - have acted as a catalyst, speeding up the process." Archer adds: "With the focus now firmly placed on whole-life cost and value for money, the industry has never been so attuned to the benefits of sub-100g/km vehicles." But fleet numbers will grow: "Gradually Inchcape customers are realising just how many benefits are held in sub-100g/km vehicles: they are far cheaper to tax and fuel, resulting in a more attractive whole-life cost," says Archer. Archer adds: "Lower CO2 cars are performing relatively better than their higher CO2 equivalents in today's market, but the question is, will this still be the case in the future?


www.fleetdirectory.co.uk

Jonathan Austin, founder and CEO of Best Companies, who under take this annual survey told Inchcape Fleet Solutions' Managing Director Steve Archer "This is an achievement of which you and your organisation should be proud."


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