Alphabet Polska won three awards this year in the recently completed plebiscites Fleet Awards Poland and Fleet Derby. The aim of these two most prestigious competitions in the fleet industry, is to select products and services that stand out on the Polish Car Fleet Management market.
In the Plebiscite Fleet Derby, organized by Fleet magazine, Alphabet Polska was awarded for the best car fleet management service for the third time in a row.
A victory in a category that by definition is the foundation of any company's activity in the long-term rental industry is a great honor for us. The fact that we receive this award for the third consecutive year is proof for us that our offer and the way of doing business are recognized not only among our customers, but also in the entire CFM industry - said Michał Chudzik, Sales Director at Alphabet Polska.
During the gala, the award for the Fleet Personality of the Year 2015 was also granted. The aim of this award was to select a person who in his professional work stands out against the background of the entire CFM industry. This year, this prestigious title went to Leszek Pomorski, the President of the Alphabet Polska Board, who is one of the pioneers of the Polish long-term rental market. Leszek Pomorski has been active in the leasing industry since 1989 and is one of the founders of the Polish Vehicle Renting and Leasing Association, in which he served as the president in 2008-2014.
In the Fleet Awards Poland Plebiscite, organized by Fleet magazine, Alphabet Polska won ( for the second consecutive year) the Eco Solutions category - this time for the Electrification Potential Analysis. This service is part of AlphaElectric, the first on the Polish market comprehensive eMobility program for fleets, which was recognized with this award a year earlier.
The purpose of the plebiscites is to select the best products and services for fleets in individual categories per year. The winners of both competitions are chosen through online voting, in which fleet managers and fleet decision makers, who are direct recipients of CFM services, take part.