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Chevin Expands to Larger Mass. Office

July 08, 2015 - Press Release

Chevin Fleet Solutions has expanded into new offices near its existing Massachusetts location thanks to a period of sustained sales success with its range of enterprise fleet management software products, according to the company.

The new premises continue to be based in Fitchburg, Mass., but are almost four times the size of the previous offices. They include expanded office and meeting space as well as a dedicated training facility for Chevin's growing client base.

The company has seen sustained growth over the previous 18 months since moving into its previous offices with a long list of new clients across industry segments from corporate and government entities to utilities, construction and engineering companies, according to Ron Katz, senior vice president of North American sales.

"We're now ready to enter our next stage of expansion as a business, building on the gains that we've made," said Katz. "By continuing to meet the evolving needs of our clients and deliver ongoing benefits to our clients across North America, we believe that we're well placed to continue to grow."

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