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Contract Hire

The complete solution for company vehicles used by thousands of UK businesses

Contract Hire is more than just a form of funding. It has become the preferred funding choice for many in recent years

Contract Hire is an operating lease option that allows a vehicle to be supplied over a fixed period, normally 2 to 4 years, for a fixed monthly rental.

In essence Contract Hire provides a fully operational solution to the acquisition, maintenance and disposal of company vehicles and can be linked to total online and/or outsourcing solutions to form a completely managed fleet facility.

Benefits of Contract Hire

Better Deals


Enjoy Ogilvie’s purchasing power and competitive funding options to make a saving.

Reduced Administration


Vehicle maintenance, administration and disposal managed by experts leaving you to concentrate on your core business

Release Capital


Release capital tied-up in depreciating fixed assets so you can use it to fund profitable trading activity.

Tax Relief


Advantage from Corporate Tax Allowance on finance rental plus VAT reclamation at the source

No Large Capital Outlay


Minimises Risk


Fixed Monthly Cost


Maximises VAT Recovery


Effective Tax Allowances


Off Balance Sheet


It’s not that you have chosen the wrong product, just that you have chosen the wrong supplier!

If you have used Contract Hire in the past but have been ‘hurt’ by hidden costs, such as exaggerated early termination costs, penalty excess mileage charges or inflated end of contract condition costs…

Removing the Hidden Charges

Ogilvie Fleet have what we believe is the most unique total contract offering in the UK leasing industry and ensure that such hidden penalty costs don’t exist.

We want clients to remain as such for many years and appreciate that trying to make a short term gain is the fastest way to lose you.

Contact us to arrange a meeting with one of our Area Managers and discover more about how our unique benefits will ensure you are never hurt by such practices again.