The storage, PDI, valet and delivery service, launched in conjunction with Mi-Fleet, will help dealers to supply the national fleet market without needing to invest in the vehicle storage space and preparation facilities necessary to handle volumes at short notice. CPR will also deliver the cars to the end user.
The company has been speaking to dealers over the past month and claims to have “several hot leads”.
It can handle 170 new vehicles per week and has 5.2 acres of storage space available at its Newark site. Charges will be based on volumes and timescales.
CPR director Richard Kidd said: “This effective out-sourcing is designed to remove the major hassles of transacting national fleet business for dealers and has the potential to reduce their costs. As an introduction to the service, we encourage dealers to put us to the test by committing to a small batch of vehicles to enable them to evaluate our service.”