Fleet Logistics is providing free audits to large fleets to support them through the coronavirus pandemic.
The fleet audit is available for a limited period and is aimed at optimising the fleet operations of large international fleets and to help with their financial recovery.
The QuickScan offer is available to all fleet operators with a minimum fleet size of 2,000 cars in Europe and offers a scan of the existing fleet setup, looking at controlling fleet spend and identifying potential savings.
Thibault Alleyn, global consulting director at Fleet Logistics, said: “As the business world prepares to cope with the aftermath of the pandemic, we want to do our bit. Many organisations are coping with very challenging financials in the months and even years to come.
“We are receiving increasing number of enquiries from organisations wanting to control their fleet spend. Our experts know how to scan through a fleet setup and identify the potential for cash savings, while considering the broader fleet and mobility strategy.”
Fleet audits provided by Fleet Logistics will come on a first come, first served basis and will analyse provided information covering areas of fleet operation such as existing agreements, policies, and spend data. It will then present its findings and recommendations in a non-binding personal conference call.
Alleyn said: “We have already provided advice to fleets about some of the actions they might want to consider during the pandemic through previous press releases and social media.
Now Fleet Logistics felt it was the time for more personalised and structured advice.”
The offer will time-limited and related to the volume of requests received, Fleet Logistics says it expects the level of interest to be high.