The company is one of FLB's biggest customers and the move follows what IBM describes as a 'qualitative and quantitative' evaluation of its fleet, coupled with a price tender involving other Belgian and international fleet providers.
FLB's director Filip Van Mullem said: 'Based on the undisputed satisfaction relating to past and current services provided, IBM has decided to renew the service agreement with FLB for a new period of three years.
'This agreement includes the total internal follow-up and monitoring of the strong vehicle fleet as well as communication with the drivers and also suppliers.'
Van Mullem added: 'The monitoring service is backed up by a state-of-the-art software programme, developed by Fleet Logistics, called FleetWARE.'
FLB has a portfolio of 8,200 vehicles and manage the fleets of 40 companies, ranging from 20 to 1,500 vehicles.
It is part of Fleet Logistics International which provides fleet services in seven European countries, covering Austria, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom
The company says it can provide other 'specific support' in Denmark, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, Turkey and Switzerland.