Global fleet management organisation Holman has announces key UK leadership changes as part of its wider growth plans.

David Hunt has been appointed chief operating officer (COO), bringing more than 30 years of industry experience to the role, having most recently served as non-executive director at commercial vehicle dealer Ford & Slater and, prior to this, managing director of Ryder UK for more than a decade.

In his new role, Hunt will oversee all aspects of Holman’s operations, focusing on supply chain, advancing, simplifying how Holman interacts with its customers and continuing to drive elevated performance to all customers under Holman’s care.

Hunt said: ”“Holman has a reputation for excellence in the industry. I’m delighted to join the team at this exciting time and help contribute to the company’s continued growth while further enhancing operational performance.”

In addition, Rory Mackinnon has become commercial director at Holman UK, leading all sales, marketing, product development and client relations activity to create a unified customer journey.

Georgina Service, who joined Holman in 2023 as general counsel, will now broaden her leadership to head the newly-formed business assurance & legal team, with a brief to ensure high levels of governance and onboarding experience for customers.

 Nick Caller, Holman UK managing director, said: ”As Holman celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, our commitment to driving what’s right for our valued customers is unwavering.

”These leadership changes will ensure we can continue to further advance our service offerings while elevating our proposition to deliver on our promises and the needs of our customers in the future.

“David’s appointment will undoubtedly drive operational advancements and I am looking forward to seeing the positive impact he will bring to our customers.”Rory and Georgina’s new roles will also ensure complete focus on our North Star – our customers.

”It’s a tremendously exciting time for Holman UK. With a team of this calibre, we are well-positioned for continued growth and a strengthened focus on Driving What’s Right.”