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Safety awareness helps out Elite

ELITE Incident Management has announced plans to boost its fleet business as the number of companies seeking to improve their at-work driving health and safety records increases.

Currently, fleet business accounts for less than 10% of Elite's business, which provides accident management to insurance companies.

Managing director Trevor Cutts said: 'We have been very successful in winning a number of major fleet contracts in recent months and we are confident of being able to announce a number of other fleet business contracts in the near future.

'I believe that fleet market developments, such as the focus on health and safety, coupled with our ability to offer web-based incident management solutions, will enable Elite Incident Management to significantly grow its fleet business to account for close to 50% of revenue over the next two to three years.'

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