Close Brothers' decision to have a dedicated fleet team has cut costs and improved compliance
Eric Wright Group fleet and transport manager Steve Openshaw leads by example when it comes to zero-emission motoring.
AD Bly fleet manager Adam Gamlin was ‘thrown in at the deep end’ when he landed the role. Fortunately, help was readily at hand.
Since Scotland’s regional police forces were amalgamated, big fleet savings have been achieved. But that’s not the end of the story.
British Gas relies on its collaborative partnerships with suppliers to run an effective and efficient fleet, says Steve Winter.
Ten years after initial trials, the first pure electric Mini is due for launch. Inside and outside the company, excitement is building.
Monica Guise explains how the University of Birmingham’s fleet will soon be 40% electric or hydrogen – a year ahead of its target.
Data helps the energy company identify savings and efficiencies, while planning keeps the fleet relevant and compliant, reports Stephen Briers
While EV will always be at the core of Farmdrop’s ethos, limited choice has seen diesel powertrains back on the table.
YAS has a goal of achieving zero emissions by 2050. But getting there might entail building a frontline ambulance from scratch. Andrew Ryan reports
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