Tendering for the right leasing provider can become a complicated and labour-intensive process, but it doesn't have to be. Catherine Chetwynd reports
Tailoring funding methods to different vehicles instead of adopting a one-size-fits-all approach can bring significant savings. Ben Rooth reports
Change reflects the need for companies to retain cash for investment and product improvement, allowing a focus on core business
Changing the way you fund your vans can lead to significant savings, as these two companies show. Ben Rooth reports.
Outright purchase isn’t the only form of on-balance sheet funding and it’s set to be joined by contract hire. We outline the on-balance sheet options.
Far from being an expensive way to procure fleet vehicles, if used correctly rental can save your business money. Andrew Brady reports.
Contracts protect both leasing companies and their clients. Sarah Tooze reports on how fleets can get the best deal.
Manufacturer's funding arm wants 'customers for life' after 20% growth surge.
Acquisition by dealer group offers chance for major expansion on UK mainland.
As more fleets embrace the tax-efficient funding scheme than ever before, we ask the early adopters if they are happy with the results so far.
By Martin Brown, managing director of Fleet Alliance
Neil Birkbeck, director and founder, CompareMyFleet.com on why greater transparency will go a long way to improving the experience of leasing.
Gordon Calder-Jones, business development director, Maxxia, on why salary sacrifice is financially most attractive when buying a low emission car.
David Riches, managing director, Ultracar, on why the credit scoring system is stacked against enterprising young companies.
Roddy Graham, commercial director, Leasedrive, on misinformation about salary sacrifice schemes.
Rob Riddleston, head of transport and logistics, Barclays Corporate, on the impact of proposed changes to accounting rules.
David Brockwell, finance director, Tusker, on salary sacrifice.