A new vehicle rental business for Scotland

When thinking of high-end car rental services, we tend to think of London. However, this week marks a step forward for the Scottish hire market. Announcing the launch of a new business, the country is now being promised a great service at great rates.

Spearheaded by a highly experienced individual, Compello Vehicle Remtal will see Deborah McLean at the forefront. With vast experience the field, Deborah boasts a pretty impressive CV, having worked with some of the biggest firms in the sector. This includes Burnt Tree Vehicle Rental (now Enterprise Flex-E-Rent); previously enjoying the title of Sales Manager.

Talking on the launch of the business, she says:

“I have over 20 years’ experience putting the customer first. The knowledge and experience I have gained is mostly by listening to what people actually want and being creative and proactive enough to make the requests a reality.”

Putting a great deal on focus on customer care; Deborah is just the type of person a hire business needs to secure a long life; understanding that far too many sales people focus in the sale. Deborah’s style is centred on forming, developing and maintaining strong relationships.

“It’s not just about making a sale but building a sustainable business and customer relationships.

“Compello are not just another vehicle rental company. We have 90+ suppliers and access to over 500,000 vehicles, we’re ready to take your bookings on cars, commercials, electric & hybrid vehicles.

“It is refreshing to work for a business where there is not a one size fits all approach, they take real pride in offering great service and innovative solutions. I am excited to get going in Scotland”.

A new age for Scottish car hire

Currently, the Scottish car hire market is dominated by just a few big brands. However, with the introduction of Compello, are things about to change for the better? Proud to be different, the business promise an ‘enlightened approach’. Let us know what you think; does the future of car hire sit with more ethical businesses?