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FMG keeps those saucy goods on the move

MEN can breathe a sigh of relief in the knowledge that their women will no longer go short of kinky underwear after fleet management firm FMG group secured a deal to keep the Ann Summers fleet on the road.

The fleet, which comprises of 30 vans delivering to its 55 shops, and 320 cars used by planners of the saucy home based parties, will use FMG's AMC Accident Management service, with 24-hour incident handling.

Ann Summers, which stages 4,000 parties a week, will also be able to track, analyse and get reports on its vehicles online through www.netaccident.com. Digital imaging on the website also allows the fleet management team at Ann Summers to view accident damage to vehicles.

Sarah Moore, fleet administrator at Ann Summers, said: 'It's essential that our team keeps on the road. The party plan network co-ordinates thousands of events so we need to be in the right place at the right time.

'We're confident we can overcome any problems, wherever our team is travelling in the country.'

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