By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 20 Oct 2022 • 13:35
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The respected 45-year-old UK debt repayment firm enters a new digital era under the new management of founder’s sons.
Following the untimely demise of founder Alan Levene and retirement of business partner Stephen Lewis, respected Essex-based commercial debt collection brand LPL Commercial Services is resurgent under the leadership of Alan’s sons, Gavin and Richard.
Trading as LPL Commercial Investigations, the new entity is not only maintaining the legacy of transparency and integrity the brand is known for, it is also undergoing a major modernisation of the company’s processes and systems, and a greater shift online.
“Dad and Steven established the business in 1978 and were brilliant at their jobs, but they were decidedly ‘old school’ in their ways of working,” comments Gavin Levene, Director. “While the personal touch and relationships LPL is known for will remain, we have invested heavily in a new website and customer relationship management systems that will mean our growing customer base of credit controllers will have an even speedier resolution to their debt collection challenges.”
The brothers may be new company directors, but they are not new to commercial debt collection. “Gavin has been in the industry for 30 years, and I’m still the new boy with ‘only seven years’ service,” laughs Richard, Director. “But in reality, this business has always been part of our lives and it is an honour to continue our father’s legacy.”
Richard Levene LPL Commercial Investigations email@example.com
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