Selsia Appointed as Outsourced Repair Management Provider for Star

Selsia Appointed as Outsourced Repair Management Provider for Star

Selsia Vehicle Accident Centres, the approved network of car, van and heavy commercial vehicle accident repair centres have been appointed by Star to centrally manage their accident and bodywork repairs for their national fleet of vehicles.

Star is a part of Uniphar Group and works as a specialist outsource provider that can offer integrated Insight, Access and Talent solutions for pharma and medical devices companies in the UK and Ireland. Selsia focuses on offering centrally managed, nationwide accident repair services for their fleet, leasing and insurance sectors. The work the company carries out helps to shorten the supply chain and reduce the vehicle loss time while also looking to cut back on any unnecessary costs. No doubt this new partnership will be successful for both Selsia and Star.

Star is a full outsourcing and resourcing company and works hard to deliver the best possible health care throughout the UK and Ireland. As a part of these operations, Star carries out bespoke solutions for 4 key strategic areas which are direct to headcount, dedicated/syndicated teams, vacancy management and recruitment process outsourcing. Star has successfully operated in these areas for the past 13 years, and the appointment of Selsia as manager of accident and bodywork repairs for their vehicles will help the company to go further.

The Fleet Manager at Star, Amy Grant has commented on the recent appointment and feels that Selsia will help the company to ensure that their representatives to receive the very best support available in all areas of their role. The reputation of Selsia is one of the reasons that they were chosen to take on the role of outsourced repair management provider.

Neil Marcus, the Marketing Director at Selsia has said that they are honoured to have been appointed by Star. The role taken on by the Selsia will be vital for ensuring that a large team of pharmaceutical and healthcare professionals are kept on the road, with vehicle downtime kept to a minimum.

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