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Chevin USA Relocates to Facilitate Future Expansion Plans

April 29, 2013 - Press Release

After more than a decade in business in the U.S., Chevin Fleet Solutions has relocated this month to new and expanded offices to facilitate its continued expansion and growth across the North American marketplace.

Previously located on Summer Street, Chevin’s U.S. operations have remained in Fitchburg, Mass., but are now based within a new office suite on Lunenburg Street with new state-of-the-art facilities, additional space, and pleasant surroundings. As a result, Chevin is now well positioned to support its continued growth. This announcement comes just months after Chevin’s UK headquarters moved into “renovated-for-purpose” offices in Derbyshire, England, and marks a significant milestone for Chevin’s U.S. operations.

Ron Katz, senior VP North American sales, said: “Our office move is about far more than location. It’s securing the future prosperity of the business by creating room for continued growth and development. With an expanding portfolio of products, a bunch of new customers, and a healthy new business pipeline, we need the additional space to support our growing professional services team.”

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