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Restrictions on what may be – or may not be – available as a company car or fleet pool car are especially frustrating to those moving up to a management level where the job includes the perk of a car. However, the restrictions are in place for a reason.
Without benchmarking, there is no effective way for a fleet manager to contain costs or to understand problem areas that need urgent action.
The good news if you’re in the fleet business, or if a fleet forms part of your business, there are untold ways that you can keep costs down and benefit your business as a whole.
Do a quick online search and you’ll see there has been a massive increase in the demand for companies to ‘green’ their fleets.
Everyone in the fleet game knows that staying on top of best practice (global as well as local) is one of the most effective ways to pre-empt big changes in the industry, and ensure your fleet is prepared so changes can be efficiently implemented.
We all know that going green costs money, but that we’ll see the return on investment in the long run. And whilst most fleet managers know this to be true, convincing procurement can be a challenging task.
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