GSA has invested over £300k in a new hybrid fleet of vehicles for its field-based management team.

The decision to make the switch to lower emission hybrids is in support of the company’s sustainability goals and environmentally-friendly working practices.

Lisa Laird, GSA’s Managing Director said,

“We take a fresh and innovative approach to every aspect of our service at GSA and our recent investment in this new low carbon, renewable fleet for our field-based management team – eleven years ahead of the Scottish Government’s climate change commitment and nineteen years ahead of the Westminster target – is testament to that.”

Commercial Director, Laura Murphy added:

“The reduction made to our carbon footprint will be impressive.  The fuel economy cannot be overlooked, and our decision to go with the self-charging hybrid means I am certain our teams will be pleased to play their part in supporting our overarching environmental goals.”

The company, headquartered on the outskirts of Glasgow, managed the successful delivery of the 40 new Toyota Corolla Hybrid electric cars to the homes of their UK-wide team, with the support of Arnold Clark Fleet Management.

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