After trials on electric models, ScottishPower decides it will no longer replace its vans and cars on a like-for-like basis. Andrew Ryan outlines the thinking
Rapid growth, new products and services, acquisitions and a new HQ have transformed Zenith. But’s it’s not all plain sailing, reports Stephen Briers
Countryside Properties has put the driver at the heart of its new approach to fleet management.
Fleet boss Terry Pycroft embraces the role of zero emissions champion and is keen to share his experiences with other councils. Stephen Briers reports.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day today (March 8), Sarah Tooze looks at how female representation is changing in the fleet sector.
Paul Gatti juggles the ‘big numbers’ as he identifies new ways to save and make money, including opening his workshops to third parties. Matt de Prez reports.
Activa Contract's managing director Ian Hill explains how its approach underlines the importance of people to its business.
Thirteen has slashed its fleet acquisition and operating costs by 30% - amounting to around £200,000 a year - as a result of working with Venson.
After just five months with Volvo, new head of business sales Steve Beattie is confident he has identified how to increase true fleet sales.
Company explores up-to-date ways to improve its service without losing consistency of delivery and responsiveness. By Andrew Ryan.
Atticus Innovation has re-emerged with a new name and a focus on service and reducing fleets’ claims costs. Stephen Briers reports
Paul Brown discusses why he wants suppliers to solve the uncertainty of end of contract damage re-charges. Gareth Roberts reports
Mobileye director Gil Ayalon believes governments, insurers and fleets have major parts to play in the uptake of safety systems.
Superb and Octavia account for three-quarters of the brand’s fleet sales but the picture looks set to change.
Every type of vehicle and type of job is the claim of Halfords Autocentres, alongside offering fleets significant savings on costs and time.
Paul Stevens’ goals are to increase face-to-face driver communication and to reduce unnecessary hire outlay and costs overall. Elizabeth Howlett reports
Skanska’s safe fleet award was in recognition of its comprehensive approach to risk management, which includes measuring commuting incidents in accident statistics.
Thinking small has proved big for company that started life renting out premium cars. Now it has a fleet of 2,400 vehicles.
Collisions are a costly part of business life, but thoroughly investigating why they happen can prevent similar incidents occurring again. Ben Rooth reports
Maurice Elford has taken on a new set of fleet priorities since becoming housing association L&Q’s first fleet manager in 2014.
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