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Nexus delivers record volume of rentals in a single day despite pandemic

Nexus Vehicle Rental, the UK’s leading tech driven mobility provider, has delivered record results, facilitating more than 20,000 rental vehicles in operation on a single day.

Nexus operates the UK’s largest supply chain of 550,000 vehicles from over 2,000 locations, Nexus uses its pioneering technology, IRIS, to connect customers to any vehicle, anywhere, anytime.

Throughout this year and especially as we approach the festive period, Nexus has seen a rising demand for vehicle rental, especially from logistics businesses and couriers that need to scale-up their fleets quickly to meet customer expectations.

Despite some of the most challenging supply conditions seen for over many years, Nexus has successfully managed to fulfil the vast majority of the vehicle rental orders required by its clients.

In these incredibly challenging times, Nexus like all businesses, has had the wellbeing of its workforce, customers and suppliers at the centre of its operations and has continued to prioritise excellent service delivery to fulfil record rentals despite the physical offices being closed.

David Brennan, CEO at Nexus Vehicle Rental, said: “This year has been so tough for many businesses and we are pleased to have been able to help keep our clients moving and help the UK’s key workers to remain mobile, so they could continue their important work through this difficult time.

“Nexus colleagues have worked remotely throughout the pandemic and this result is a real testament to the team and their hard work in supporting our customers.

“Our unrivalled supply chain means that – despite uncertainties in the market – Nexus has excellent visibility of availability of vehicles nationally and is best placed to help businesses keep operations moving safely.”


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