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Handy Cars and vans rental company started trading In 1984 with 20 second-hand Ford cars. It now has 160 franchised outlets ‘The Initial thought behind buying second-hand cars was to keep costs down, which seemed very logical at the time. “They had a lower capital cost and longer term of depreciation,’ says the ‘owner of the company, James Davidson. ‘The prablem was, they were so labour-intensive; you have to buy them individually because they are all slightly different, so you can imagine the time 1 spant working out values and negotiating purchases!’ Maintenance was another big problem: “vehicles need virtually no maintenance for the frst 25,000 kms, but after that the need jumps quite sharply, he says. All these factors concerning the vehicles he could have predicted with @ bit more careful thought, but it was the drivers who surprised him with the careless way they drove his vehicles because they weren’t new He realised that the second-hand cars were a mistake, and started trying to dig the company out of its established buying practice, This took until 1989, when the company began buying new vehicles. He Is pleased with the benefits this has brought the company. He says the dlfference in the speed of processing orders for nev vehicles is remarkable, He can now order a fleet of 175 maintenance-free cars with a single phone call, Of course, buying on this scale means that he dots the price advantage offered on volume sales as an added benent. Back at the beginning of the business, insurance was another issue. Firstly, it was always difficult ‘to get information about payments from insurers. ut the worst prablems occurred when he tried a ae ae te 16.asi-rekrutmen.com SISOS) He realised that the second-hand cars were a mistake, and started trying to dig the company out 5965)59 of its established buying practice. This took until 1989, when the company began buying new ran vehicles, He is pleased with the benefits this has brought tie company. He says the difference in CYEYENC) | the speed of processing orders for new Vehicles Is remarkable. He can now order a fleet of 173, maintenance-free cars with a single phone call. Of course, buying on this scale means that he gets the price advantage offered on volume sales as an added benefit Back at the baginning of the business, Insurance was another Issue, Firstly, It was always difficult to get information about payments from insurers. But the worst problems accurred when he tried getting payments from insurers for things like compensation for lost revenue due to damage and repairs on vahicles. They did eventually agree to pay, but settiements were far from prompt. Davidson's answer was to set up his own insurer, as @ number of other rental companies have done. This proved an easy task, once he has iven up on trying to do so in England. "In England it takes years: you have to talk to the government offices, and go through all sorts of procedures; explains Davidson. ‘Then T decide to do it on the Channel Island of Guernsey, and it couldn't have been simpler. Tt took me a week. There was no tax advantage, but it cut down on red tape conclderably’ Why did the vehicles take so much of James Davidson's time when he first started up? He had to buy the vehicles one by He had to shop around for the best. He had to do some of the ‘one in separate deals sources oh cheap cars. maintenance himself to save money. © @ © saa ae 16.asi-rekrutmen.com 57 15 deri 60 G00 ©0000 @0e@ 6058 O@@e @@0@ 2208 GQ EQEHE) OOO® Handy Cars and Vans rental company started trading in 1904 with 20 second-hand Ford cars. It now has 160 franchised outlets ‘The initial thought behind buying second-hand cars was ta keep casts dawn, which seemed very logical at the time. “They had a lower capital cost and longer term of depreciation; says the ‘ower of the company, James Davidson, ‘The problem was, they were so labour-intensive; you hhave to buy them individually because thay are all slightly different, so you can imagine the time T spent working out values and negotiating purchases!’ Maintenance was another big problem: “Vehicles nead virtually ne maintenance for the first 25,000 kms, but after that the need jumps quite sharply,’ he says. all these factors concerning the vehicles he could have predicted with 2 bit more careful thought, but it was the drivers who surprised him with the careless way they drove his vehicles because they weren't new. He realised that the second-hand cars were a mistake, and started trying to dig the company out of its established buying practice, This took until 1989, when the company began buying new vehicles. He Is pleasod with the benefits this has brought the company. He says the difference in the speed of processing orders for new vehicles Is remarkable, He can now order a fleet of 175 maintenance-free cars with a single phone call. Of course, buying on this scale means that he gets the price advantage offered on volume sales as an added benent. Back at the beginning of the business, insurance was another issue, Firstly, it was always difficult to get information about payments from insurers. But the worst problems occurred when he tried getting payments from insurers for things like compensation for lost revenue due to damage and repairs on vabicles. They did eventually agree to pay, but settlements were far from prompt. Davidson's answer was to set up his own insurer, as @ number of other rental companies have done. This proved an easy task, once he has given up on trying to do so In England. “In England It takes years: you have to talk to the government offices, and go through all sorts of procedures; explains Davidson. ‘Then T decide ta do it on the Channel Island of Guernsey, and it couldn't have bbeen simpler. It took mea week. There was no tax advantage, but it cut down on red tape conclderably’” What problem with customers did Davidson encounter? 16.asi-rekrutmen.com Q@Qe He realised that the second-hand cars were a mistake, and started trying to dig the company out GGG) | Fs established buying practice. This took unt! 1903, when the company began buying new RAS IEM | chiles: He i pleased witiithe Renetit tis has brought the company, He save the fferatec QOOe the speed of processing orders for now vahlcles Is remarkable. 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