Zenith delivered EBITDA of £61.5m in its corporate fleet business, up £3.2m on the previous year, according to its annual financial results up to Match 31.
The important work carried out by fleets, manufacturers and suppliers to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of their staff will be highlighted by a new award at this year’s FN50 dinner.
Personalised and flexible customer service remains critical, says new MD Greg McDowell.
Table bookings are being taken for the FN50 dinner which will bring the fleet industry together again in November.
Table bookings are being taken for the prestigious FN50 dinner which will bring the fleet industry back together again later this year.
HCVS increased its overall fleet by 17%, adding in excess of 14,000 vehicles, with the expanded fleet now comprising more than 95,000 assets
Post pandemic travel patterns will be a key consideration for fleet decision-makers when predicting future mileage for new company car leases, says FleetCheck.
The managing director of Marshall Leasing, Peter Cakebread, will be retiring on April 30 after 30 years at the helm, the business has confirmed.
Alphabet (GB) has been awarded the 2021 UK Top Employer Certification for the eighth consecutive year.
More and more drivers are choosing to finance their used vehicles, reports Andrew Ryan
Covid-19 expected to impact future replacement cycles, reports Gareth Roberts
Drivers urged to carry out regular maintenance checks to avoid costly fair wear and tear outlay, reports Gareth Roberts
Paul Hollick, chairman of the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP), shares his thoughts
Conflicting factors serve to promote uncertainty among company fleets, reports Stephen Briers
A turbulent used car market over the next few years looks set to steer fleets towards the comparative risk-free appeal of leasing, reports Jonathan Manning
At 1.5%, share remains tiny, but compare that with 0.3% a few years ago, reports Sarah Tooze
For some, the figure is as little as £20; for others it can be up to £900, reports Andrew Ryan
Nearly half of all vans incur an end of contract charge, matching last year’s figure, reports Gareth Roberts
An acute shortage of new and used light commercial vehicles means supply is failing to meet demand, driving up prices sharply, reports Jonathan Manning
Denise Beedell, policy manager for vans and urban, at Logistics UK, says direction direction and clarity on the right fuels and technologies to adopt is needed
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