Putting Customers first drives demand for London Electric Vehicle Company

The London Electric Vehicle Company attributes buoyant 2014 new vehicle sales directly to putting customers first in all aspects of key business decision making and processes.

The TX4 manufacturer has reported new vehicles sales of 639 as at the end of June 2014, with the company also reporting a record breaking March, with 243 new vehicles sold, registered and handed over to customer - the best performance since 2008.

This performance reflects that of the UK automotive industry in general with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders stating “the revival of the UK automotive industry continues apace”, with new vehicle registrations up 10.6% at half-year versus 2013, and a positive 14.5% growth in overall commercial vehicle demand so far this year.

Commenting on the performance, London Electric Vehicle Company Director of Retail, Rob Laidler said: “It''s extremely encouraging that our vehicle sales are following the general trend for UK automotive sales.

We absolutely believe that our focus on putting customer requirements at the core of our business, as well as the quality of our team, has been integral in ensuring that we experience the benefits of improving economic conditions.

“Our customers have a choice as to which vehicle they invest their money, future and business in, and we are working hard to continuously improve the product and service quality. There have been some quick wins and we plan more enhancements as a result of customer feedback; however, the advancements we have made and customer loyalty we have experienced has obviously given us added confidence that we are headed in the right direction.”

The announcement of buoyant UK new vehicles sales follows the news released last week of the sale of an additional 500 vehicles to Azerbaijan; the new TX4s will join an existing fleet of 1,000 vehicles and will feature as part of the opening ceremony of the inaugural European Games.