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How much are right turns costing your business?


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By Morag Cuddeford-Jones

The latest from Fluid Thinking from Shell 

Back in 2004, delivery company UPS found out something incredible – that turning left (this is in the right-hand driving USA) against on-coming traffic cost money, wasted time and led to more accidents. So the company introduced the ‘no-left turns policy’, a small – and perhaps even unlikely – tweak that has led to the company saving millions in fuel.

The results showed data driven changes don’t have to be huge to make a big difference - and UPS isn’t the only company that can benefit from them.

Any fleet, big or small, can make surprisingly big improvements in efficiency just by making data-based tweaks to everyday routines.  Find out how you could save time and money by implementing your business’ own ‘right turn' here.

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