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Nationwide Fleet Installations Completes Acquisition of Avian Fleet 

We are delighted to announce that we have acquired Avian Fleet, a leading UK fleet installation specialist for fleet managers, telematics providers and the emergency services.


Since 1987, the team at Avian have been at the forefront of installing cutting-edge vehicle technologies including cameras, trackers and other vehicle safety equipment.


This significant acquisition unites two of the UK’s largest and most experienced independent installers at a time when the fleet industry is increasingly seeking technological solutions to enhance safety, efficiency, and sustainability. 


Graham Appleyard, Managing Director of Nationwide Fleet Installations, commented: “Adding Avian Fleet’s expertise to our portfolio strengthens our capacity to offer hassle-free installations across the UK. Together, we have completed over 3 million installations in the last 30 years and are looking forward to helping fleets of all sizes simplify their telematics and vehicle technology installations through a single installation partner.” 


Graham Price, Managing Director of Avian Fleet, stated: “Joining forces with Nationwide heralds a new chapter for our team. Nationwide’s unwavering dedication to quality and customer satisfaction will help maintain Avian Fleet’s legacy and deliver great opportunities to our employees and customers.” 


This acquisition effectively doubles our engineering coverage across the UK, in line with our ambitious growth plans, and will allow us to continue delivering reliable and efficient installation services for fleets of all sizes.


As updates to the Direct Vision Standard (DVS), 3G sunset dates, and 2035 ban on the sale of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles increase the demand for qualified technicians, we look forward to supporting new and existing customers as they invest in technology to reduce accidents, protect their assets, and increase productivity with the help of a trusted installation partner.


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