DHL's Inside Track awarded BMW distribution contract in UK

By James Henderson
Inside Track, DHL Supply Chain’s specialist automotive sales and marketing services business, has been awarded a new three-year contract to manage BMW...

Inside Track, DHL Supply Chain’s specialist automotive sales and marketing services business, has been awarded a new three-year contract to manage BMW Group’s UK vehicle preparation and refurbishment services at Thorne, near Doncaster.

Under the contract, DHL will provide fleet management and technical services in support of the BMW Group company car fleet and Customer Experience evaluation fleet in the UK.

This new service includes fleet administration, valeting, preparation and refurbishment of vehicles using the latest techniques to optimise repair times.

DHL will also provide specialist repair services including vehicles with carbon fibre bodies.

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In a statement, DHL said it is to work closely with BMW Group to adopt the latest repair techniques and skills, balancing workload throughout its operation to ensure the customer’s needs are met while protecting the quality of the vehicles at all times.

Colin Stokes, Managing Director, Inside Track said: “We are proud of the quality and consistency of service we deliver to our customers and are delighted to be developing a partnership with BMW Group.

“I’m confident that we can develop an innovative, class leading centre of excellence and an aspirational place to work for our colleagues at Thorne.”

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