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Staveley buys CFC Eurofleet management software

CAR Fleet Control has been chosen to supply a new fleet management software system for Staveley Industries' 1,800 vehicle fleet. The international technical services group will use Car Fleet Control's Eurofleet package to replace an in-house system written several years ago.

In this country Staveley specialises in facilities services, fire protection, engineering and building services for the commercial, public and retail sectors. It also owns British Salt. Its fleet is spread across the country and is made up of Ford, Vauxhall and Nissan vehicles, mainly split between cars and car-derived vans. Most are contract hired and the fleet is managed by a three-strong team based in West Bromwich.

Car Fleet Control managing director Greg Connell said: 'This is a very large and complex fleet operation which requires a system that is adaptable and reliable. We are happy to see that Eurofleet is fitting the needs of Staveley so successfully. This is the latest in a series of deals over the last few months which have seen Eurofleet maintain its number one position as the choice of major fleets from all sectors of the industry.'

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