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Holman and FATEC Group to provide global fleet support


Automotive services business Holman (formerly ARI Fleet UK) and FATEC Group, the largest independent fleet management company in France, have entered a new partnership to support fleet operators globally.

The two firms can offer multi-national fleet operators a global fleet leasing and management solution, providing “the consistency and transparency organisations need to better control operating costs”.

Rick Tousaw, executive vice-president and chief commercial officer at Holman, said: “Holman and FATEC Group share a similar vision for effective fleet management; emphasising transparency and simplicity while prioritising proactive strategic planning throughout each phase of the vehicle lifecycle, allowing businesses to adapt locally while still managing globally.

“This partnership promises to do precisely that through customised fleet management solutions, powerful analytical tools and the unrivalled international expertise multi-national fleets need to continue generating revenue.”

Together, Holman and FATEC Group have a presence throughout North America and the United Kingdom, Germany, France and Belgium. Additionally, through strategic alliances around the world, Holman and FATEC are able to offer in-market expertise in 30 countries, providing consistent fleet leasing and management services.

“Operating a trans-national fleet often means navigating increasingly complex challenges on a global scale, and with so many variables as your business moves across borders, you need strategic partners who deliver the flexibility and strategic execution necessary to keep your fleet moving forward,” added Théophane Courau, CEO, FATEC Group.

“Beyond simple transactional management, analysis of consolidated fleet data combined with recommendations for corrective actions are key to maximising returns on a fleet investment. Our alignment with Holman enhances the value we can offer fleet operators and expands the geographical footprint in which we can do so.”

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