Peter Horton has been appointed head of fleet and vehicle use at Renault UK.
Effective immediately, Horton moved from his role as national company sales director to take charge of the company’s sales, remarketing program and residual value management.
Horton brings to the role 20 years of fleet experience, including 11 years with Renault, as Renault moves into the next phase of its ‘Renaulution’ strategy to reduce mass and increase value when it comes to electrification. more than passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
“The aircraft industry is experiencing a significant and unprecedented shift in channel mix, all driven by changing global conditions. With an enviable team and an outstanding product portfolio that combine customer requirements for electrification, connectivity and availability, we are firmly positioned to help fleets meet all requirements. their future mobility needs,” Horton commented on his appointment.
Guillaume Sicard, chief executive and chief executive officer of Renault UK, added: “I am delighted to see Peter take a well-deserved step into his new role. He is a great asset to the business and is highly respected within Renault UK and the industry. His extensive experience will prove invaluable as we move into the next phase of our ‘Renaution’ strategy, which will help us strengthen our electrification plans and dramatically enhance our supply chain. zero-emissions service when used for business users. “
Horton replaces Mark Hawkins, the head of the fleet appointed in April 2021, who has decided to leave the business.
Originally posted on Global Fleet Management