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Autodata and Fleet Assist to target technical support for fleet operators

Fleet Assist and Autodata Limited has created a partnership to provide major fleet maintenance control departments with information to help those companies to improve the way that they handle and contain service and maintenance costs.

As a few examples of how the two companies will be working together, Autodata’s technical information can help identify which oils, and in what quantity, should be used for specific vehicles. Furthermore the information will be made available to identify when a timing belt is due for replacement, and in addition service interval details will be made available.

“This is an important partnership for us”, said Simon English, director at Fleet Assist, “Fleet operators are constantly looking at ways of controlling or reducing costs and the high quality technical information we now have access to from Autodata will complement the range of services that we provide to our customers to help them manage and reduce fleet running costs”.

The partnership arrangement developed with Fleet Assist is further evidence of the expansion of the use of the technical information expertly gathered by Autodata and the supply of technical information into the fleet sector is a new and expanding business area for the Maidenhead-based company.

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