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Carson starts his own fleet management and advice firm

AWARD-winning fleet manager Peter Carson, who resigned as ND ServiceTeam fleet manager following a split with bosses last year, has set up his own firm offering fleet management advice and training. Called Insource Fleet Management, the company will work as an adviser and mentor for those involved with fleets at all levels, says Carson.

He claims to have already snapped up several clients, although their names are being kept under wraps for contractual reasons. Included in his business brief for new clients is a free consultation for any firm to confirm it needs his services and to make sure that the advice he gives is appropriate.

Carson began looking into setting up on his own after he resigned from ND ServiceTeam at the end of last year. His departure followed senior management changes at the firm, where he had worked for more than seven years. He is twice winner of the Fleet News Fleet Manager of the Year Award, medium fleets, and was the first UK fleet manager to pass the Institute of Car Fleet Management's diploma in fleet management. He has also been involved extensively in the new RAC-sponsored ICFM scholarship.

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