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.
Appealing products, quality levels of service and competitive pricing are attracting increased interest from user-choosers to FCA.
Software company sets its sights on doubling global revenue after a root and branch overhaul of working practices. Stephen Briers reports.
Fleet assistant Jason Smith believes running an electric vehicle fleet offers multiple benefits to the university and its drivers, as Andrew Ryan found out
The first two projects funded in the £20 million Low Emission Freight and Logistic Trial earlier this year are now hitting the roads.
Arval has surpassed its market share target and switched its focus to existing partnerships and a bigger service offering, Stephen Briers reports.
Mitsubishi Electric has appointed TMC to help it reduce fuel costs by providing mileage capture, audit and data analysis for its fleet of 270 cars.
Service, maintenance and repair (SMR) cost savings are being achieved by VPS UK in partnership with Fleet Service Great Britain (FSGB).
GMB, the union for private hire drivers, has launched a fresh legal challenge against Addison Lee seeking confirmation of members’ worker status.
The London Borough of Hackney is introducing more electric vehicles and using biofuels in other vehicles... there is little this council won’t try in bid to help the environment.
French-based company Europcar is no longer content with simple car hire. Now it is setting its sights on being major player in ‘new mobility’.
After four years in his role as chief executive of the BVRLA, Gerry Keaney delivers a frank assessment of association progress.
The salary sacrifice changes have had little impact on Leicester City Council’s scheme who see the changes and omission of ULEVs as an opportunity.
Hyundai’s investment in alternative fuel R&D has produced a double award-winner for environmental excellence.
Red Bull UK’s field sales ‘Striker’ force has taken delivery of 42 new petrol powered Seat Leons, complete with a virtual reality handover.
Fringe player Suzuki is seeking to go mainstream in fleet. It’s a big change from its position a decade ago, so what prompted the move, asks Stephen Briers
All in-house, partial-outsourcing or totally outsourced – David King brought the three together to create one way of working, reports Sarah Tooze
New service, maintenance and repair proposition for third party fleets looks likely to shake up SMR sector after successful pilot. Stephen Briers reports
Manufacturer won’t hit a registrations number ‘at any cost’ so batch deals avoided and no pushing cars into daily rentals. Andrew Ryan reports
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