- Companies with business operations in NZ and AU can now benefit from the newly founded partnership with SG Fleet
- With the new partnership, Alphabet is now represented in 31 markets worldwide and continues to benefit from an extensive global network
- Through SG Fleet, Alphabet customers now have access to full operational leasing products and services in the Australasian region
Farnborough, UK – 10th November 2020: Alphabet International has taken a further step to expand its global presence, partnering with integrated mobility, fleet management and leasing expert SG Fleet. This new partnership enables Alphabet to now cover all of Australia and New Zealand. This also marks an exciting milestone, as Alphabet now provides mobility solutions in 31 countries worldwide. By expanding its OneNet network of partners, Alphabet is positioning itself as a strong Business Mobility provider for global enterprises.
This step is part of Alphabet’s wider commitment to offer its innovative mobility services to as many customers as possible. Customers that already benefit from these solutions across Europe and beyond can take now also take advantage of products and services across Australia and New Zealand via SG Fleet, including fuel cards, replacement vehicles, roadside assistance, and insurance. This new collaboration is a valuable addition to Alphabet’s existing services and global locations.
Susanne Loser, Head of International Sales at Alphabet International says: “Entering into a partnership with SG Fleet will really help strengthen our presence in Australia and New Zealand, by being able to provide our services in even more markets. We are all excited to see what we can accomplish with SG Fleet,” says Susanne Loser, Head of International Sales at Alphabet International.
Robbie Blau, Chief Executive Officer of SG Fleet says: “We are excited to be joining Alphabet’s network of partners, helping to provide services to their customers in both Australia and New Zealand. We look forward to a fruitful partnership with Alphabet, who continue to position themselves as experts in mobility.”