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Sponsor of Chauffeur Company of the Year - Large Operator (31+ vehicles)


Mercedes-Benz UK is sponsoring the Chauffeur Company of the Year – Large Operator award. 

In addition to the Mercedes-Benz fleet proposition, the new Chauffeur Programme has been developed specifically for chauffeur companies and the professional driver market to help chauffeur businesses manage their vehicles more effectively, while ensuring safety, care and comfort to passengers. 

The aim of the programme is to provide companies with an exclusive Chauffeur Programme with tailored finance offers on an extensive range of Mercedes-Benz vehicles and dedicated support services to keep businesses on the road at all times. This includes bespoke service packages, repair payment options, roadside assistance, accessory packs and also a photo service option that enables access to a suite of high-quality images of Mercedes-Benz models for marketing websites, brochures and other promotional material. 

We look forward to working with even more chauffeur companies and professional drivers to help support their businesses with our new Chauffeur Programme, and congratulate the winner of the Chauffeur Company of the Year – Large operator. 

Mercedes-Benz UK is the sales and marketing organisation responsible for all Daimler products and services in Britain.  

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