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Great British Fleet Awards 2020: The full list of winners

The fleet industry’s leading managers, service companies and cars/vans have taken top titles at today’s Great British Fleet Awards at a prestigious ceremony in London.

Held as part of the 2020 Great British Fleet Event, the awards are now in their second year and follow on from the Fleet World Honours in recognising those at the top of their game in the fleet sector.

Judged by an expert panel of Fleet World Group editors, the 35 categories sought to recognise innovative new products and services which cut costs, streamline operations and contribute to safer, more fuel-efficient fleets.

Commenting on the awards, Fleet World editor Martyn Collins said: “The Great British Fleet Awards celebrate the cars and vans of the year, industry innovations and even individuals. Despite a challenging year, entries were plentiful, so judging took some time but I’m very happy with the results. I’d like to add my personal congratulations to all the well-deserving winners.”

View the full list of winners with awards notes and photos here:


Innovation in Green Travel: Winner – SGFleet. Highly commended – E-Car Club (Ubeeqo)

Innovation in Technology: Winner – Vision Track. Highly commended – Jaama

Innovation in Cost Reduction: Winner – Smart Fleet Solutions. Highly commended – Free 2 Move Lease

Innovation in Customer Service: Winner – The Automobile Association. Highly commended – Zenith

Innovation in Mobility: Winner – Fleetondemand. Highly commended – Allstar Business Solutions

Innovation in Remarketing: Winner – ADESA. Highly commended – Aston Barclay

Innovation in Risk Management: Winner – DAVIS. Highly commended – eDriving

Innovation in SMR: Winner – ARI Fleet. Highly commended – Fleet Service GB

Innovation in Telematics: Winner – Trakm8. Highly Commended – Airmax Remote


Financial Superstar: Brecon Beacons National Park Authority

Operational Fleet Superstar: Altrad Services UK

Fleet HR Superstar: JM Hall Couriers Ltd

Fleet Management Superstar: East of England Co-Op

Eco Superstar: Milk & More


Small Van of the Year: Ford Transit Courier

Compact High-Cube Van of the Year: Citroën Berlingo/Peugeot Partner/Vauxhall Combo

Medium Van of the Year: Renault Trafic/Nissan NV300/Fiat Professional Talento

Large Van of the Year: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Pickup of the Year: Ford Ranger

Light Truck of the Year: Isuzu Grafter

Green Van of the Year: Ford Transit PHEV

VFW Van of the Year: Ford Transit PHEV

VFW Van Manufacturer of the Year: Ford


Best Fleet Supermini: Renault Clio

Best Lower Medium Fleet Car: BMW 1 Series

Best Upper Medium Fleet Car: Škoda Superb

Best Fleet Compact Executive Car: BMW 3 Series

Best Fleet Executive Car: Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Best Fleet Small SUV: Škoda Kamiq

Best Fleet Medium SUV: Range Rover Evoque

Best Fleet Large SUV: SEAT Tarraco

Best Green Fleet Car: Renault Zoe

Fleet Technology Award: Hyundai

Fleet Rising Star: Volvo

Fleet Manufacturer of the Year: BMW

Best New Fleet Car: BMW 3 Series

Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.

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