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ARI and Royal Mail Fleet form strategic co-operation to maximise compliance and minimise downtime

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Fleet management company ARI and service, maintenance and repair provider Royal Mail Fleet have formed a strategic co-operation aimed at maximising compliance and minimising downtime.

Paul Gatti, director of Royal Mail Fleet, which has a 110-strong workshop network, said: “I’m really excited about this and the opportunities it will create.

"The combined force of ARI and Royal Mail Fleet brings together two industry leaders with a common goal of helping fleet operators exceed their operational and strategic challenges.”

Keith Allen, managing director at ARI, said: “This kind of strategic co-operation has never been seen before in the industry and shows the commitment of both businesses to delivering innovation, customer service and best in class fleet management programmes.”

ARI said critical operational fleets rely on transparency and a provider that can offer scale, resilience, consistency, flexibility and control. This co-operation provides all these and is supported by best practice and a relentless focus on vehicle compliance and availability.

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