Fleet Logistics International is launching a new supplier-backed initiative for the first four months of 2014, targeting small to medium sized fleets with a stand-alone fleet management solution to improve their fleet efficiency.
The new solution, which will be available from January 20 until April 30, is ideal for national fleets operating from 50 to 300 vehicles and international, multi-country fleets of up to 1,500 vehicles. It is aimed at fleet markets across Europe.
The new offering is being supported by vehicle manufacturers, dealers and leasing companies who are guaranteeing preferential terms for the duration of the campaign. Fleet Logistics will also provide full driver support for each new vehicle from order to return of the vehicles for all drivers.
The new solution provides a set of standardized policies and tools to create clear automated process flows, cost transparency and professional invoice control. The company claims that the fleet operator will see significant cost and efficiency advantages and greater management control over their fleet.
Fast track implementation is said to take four weeks, which is completely free to the end-user fleet, and offers attractive and exclusive finance and leasing conditions for all new vehicles added to the fleet, with an-all inclusive service package covering SMR, tyres and glass.
Fleet Logistics chief commercial officer, Vinzenz Pflanz, said: “To generate attractive pricing, Fleet Logistics is financially supporting this product and has reached out to various players in the automotive industry to ensure the best sourcing approach supported by manufacturers, dealers and leasing companies on a local and international basis.
“We do not believe that there are appropriate fleet management solutions generally available to meet the needs of small to medium sized fleet operators. By using the new Fleet Logistics’ product, the small to medium sized client will have a set of standardized policies and tools to create clear automated process flows, cost transparency and professional invoice control,” he said.
“We believe it will add real value in a number of European markets, including the UK, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Germany and Austria,” he added.