Rivus garage network joins ServicePoint scheme for vans and passenger cars22 May 2020

The 55-strong Rivus (formerly BT Fleet) garage network has now been made available to users of the ServicePoint fleet service, maintenance and repair platform for cars and vans with or without an Allstar fuel card.

The move is designed to open up the garages, which span from Inverness to Truro, to a wider range of business customers, said Paul Holland, managing director of UK Fuel at Allstar Business Solutions, which operates ServicePoint with technology from epyx.

Chris Billington, business development director at Rivus, added: “Our corporate history is based in BT Fleet’s SMR operations, so we are very strong in the commercial vehicle arena but are also able to offer servicing for all makes of vehicle to a very high standard.

“At the moment, our customer base is centred around the mission critical and complex fleets operated by our corporate customers, providing essential services such as telecommunications, utilities and other core infrastructure sectors.

“However, we are very interested in expanding our footprint and joining the ServicePoint network provides access to a new pool of potential customers, ranging from SMEs to major corporates.”

During the coronavirus crisis, Rivus had been heavily involved in working with supporting key worker fleets, Chris explained. For example, the company operates 30 mobile technician units.

“As our typical customer runs mission-critical fleets, we are well placed to support them, whatever their circumstances. Even during lockdown, we've been able to provide full support to our customers where essential services have continued.”

William Dalrymple

Related Companies
BT Fleet
epyx Ltd
Servicepoint UK Limited

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