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Fleet Police launched to monitor contracts

A FLEET software firm has launched a new product to fleets in the central and eastern European markets.

Cfc solutions unveiled Fleet Police to visitors at this year’s TLS Congress in Budapest. The system is based around a series of exception reports that highlight areas where the supplier may not be performing within agreed parameters.

Cfc sales and marketing director Andy Leech said: ‘Our research shows that fleets which choose to outsource very rarely have a formal structure in place to monitor their agreements – in fact, the only performance reports they usually have to hand come from the supplier.’

The congress, designed for fleet, logistics and supply chain companies, was held at the Papp Laszlo Sportarena.

Leech added: ‘During the past year, we have put a lot of work into taking Cfc into new geographical markets and coming to Budapest is a continuation of this strategy.’

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