New Role Revealed to Support Contract Customers
As its business continues to expand and responding to market demands, East Midlands leading independent Renault trucks distributor RH Commercial Vehicles (RHCV) has appointed a dedicated Warranty & Contracts Manager.
As operators look to maximise fleet efficiencies and manage costs, RHCV has responded by appointing a Warranty & Contracts Manager to improve its services. Having a dedicated contracts manager will enable the business to offer customers wider contract services included fixed maintenance to keep vehicles on the road.
Originally founded in 1977, RHCV has in the last three years expanded into Northamptonshire, broadened its offer with Isuzu, opened a brand new £3.5m facility in Nottingham and invested £70,000 in its Leicester site as well as opening a new site in North Nottinghamshire, just outside Newark.
Recognising talent within the business, David Templeman has been appointed to the new role.
David has been with RHCV for over 10 years (including eight years as Dealer Point Manager at RHCV’s sites in Nottingham and Alfreton). He will be based at RHCV’s headquarters on Blenheim Industrial Estate in Bulwell (Nottingham) but will support RHCV’s growing customer base from across the region.
Nigel Baxter, Managing Director at RHCV comments: “We are constantly looking at ways we can improve the business, one area we have identified is our repair and maintenance contracts. As customers want to focus on maximizing value it’s imperative that we are responding accordingly with David having sole responsibility to support customers in this area.
“It’s hugely important that we continue to evolve and invest providing the best service to our customers. This is an important new role and David’s knowledge of the Renault systems and experience with the product make him the ideal candidate.”
David added “I’m delighted to be taking on this new role. This is a great opportunity for me to use my knowledge and skills to support our customers and continue to expand and grow RHCV.”//php comments_template( '', true ); ?>