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Selsia to spotlight major cost reductions for fleets at 2020 GBFE

Accident repair specialist Selsia has signed up to the 2020 Great British Fleet Event as it looks to highlight the numerous financial gains for fleet operators who outsource accident repair management.

Established by a management team with extensive experience in the accident repair industry and currently celebrating its 10th anniversary year, Selsia operates through a centrally managed multi-site accident repair network covering more than 200 approved accident repair centres across the UK.

Benefits of using the service include a shorter accident repair supply chain, reduced vehicle downtime and streamlined costs with no management charges; the overall premise of the service is to deliver an outstanding level of accident repair support for all of its clients.

A keen supporter of the inaugural Great British Fleet Event in January 2019 – and winner of the Innovation in Remarketing Great British Fleet Award for its centrally managed bodywork repair remarketing service – Selsia will be back for next year’s show, which takes place on 30th January 2020 at the London Novotel West and promises to be even bigger and better.

As one of the fleet suppliers in the busy exhibitions section, Selsia will make a big play on its Cost Reduction Programme. One of the key benefits of using the Selsia network, this helps fleets to reduce the costs related to the management of accident repairs, whereby expensive tasks can be effectively outsourced. Thanks to Selsia’s approved national network of car, van and HGV repairers, all types and sizes of vehicles can be repaired in a one-stop shop service that means fleets do not need to find reliable repairers themselves.

Selsia repairers also deliver consistent estimates as laid down by the Audatex or GT Estimate industry standard and guarantee a transparent charging tariff. Meanwhile, Selsia’s repair over replace philosophy can help to reduce the cost of repair and avoid the need to make an insurance claim.

Alongside exhibiting at the 2020 Great British Fleet Event, the New Year will also see the Selsia team welcome several new fleet accounts as the business continues to expand.

Next year will also bring a big focus on heavy commercial vehicle repairs, which is a sector that desperately needs experienced centrally managed accident repair services, such as those offered by Selsia.

And whilst the fleet sector is Selsia’s core area of business, 2020 will see the business develop further into the insurance providers, particularly those with strong commercial lines books with fleet operators.

For further information on Selsia’s solutions, click here.

For more information on the 2020 Great British Fleet Event, including conference and awards details, click here.

Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 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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