IT firm to swap to all-electric fleet
2017-11-13  Natalie Middleton  Stag Publications

Six BMW i3s will serve in a car pool for 115 employees

Fareham-based Taylor Made Computer Solutions is switching to an all-electric
fleet as it looks to slash its carbon footprint.

The company, which last year had one of the largest private business fleets
of Skodas in the UK, is to take delivery of six BMW i3s next month for use
as pool cars for the company’s 115 employees, backed up the installation of
a charger.

Founder and managing director Nigel Taylor said the rest of Taylor Made’s
vehicle fleet will transition to electric gradually over the coming years,
most likely with a range of different makes and models.

Taylor added: “Our current vehicles have relatively low emissions but we’re
keen to take our carbon footprint down even lower.”
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