Staff at Slic Training have enjoyed the benefit of company cars for some time but due to further expansion of the workforce and the desire to ensure staff are as comfy as possible, the organisation is currently going through an upgrade programme for its fleet of vehicles.
At the end of April Slic took delivery of its first batch of the new fleet, at the Proact Stadium, from local dealer Triangle Kia. Further batches of vehicles will be hitting the road over coming weeks.
Previously Slic’s fleet has been unbranded but this time around they have worked with FASTSIGNS Sheffield & Chesterfield Centre to ensure the highest impact of the vehicles.
Slic have agreed on an initial order of 30 vehicles, all of which should be in fleet by the end of May 2016, there is then an expectation of around 2 additional vehicles per month to allow Slic to meet its ambitious growth targets.
As a national training provider, with tutors & representatives all over the country, it is imperative to us that our workforce are as comfy and as safe as possible, Kia presented us with a proposal that met just that. In addition to this, and since our re-brand, it is of key importance that we continue to raise our profile and the work that FASTSIGNS have done in branding the vehicles has definitely met that brief.
It is really important to me that we can continue to work with local organisations and being able to bring together Slic, Triangle Kia, FASTSIGNS and of course Chesterfield Football Club meant the launch day was very special to me.
Ian Benison, Chief Executive, Slic Training (International)