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Drive & Survive expands to meet changing fleet needs

FLEET risk management specialist Drive & Survive has announced plans to restructure its business. The company says the move enables it to 'reflect the needs of the evolving fleet industry' and that its expansion and development plans are in response to the demands of its clients.

'A big recruiting drive is on to find top quality consultants, who can not only identify clients' needs clearly but also deliver a wide variety of remedial action,' said newly appointed fleet risk management director Jack Nickolls. 'These days on-road driver training is often the last resort when it comes to reducing a fleet's susceptibility to crashes.'

Nickolls added that the company's relationships with insurers, brokers and fleet support providers would develop organically and that it intended to devote more resource to larger, national accounts 'as fleet management outsourcing and corporate duty of care become bigger issues'.

It is also basing all departments on one site in Enstone, Oxfordshire.

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