How to build and maintain a sustainable fleet

Supplied by Forum Group on Tuesday, 18 November, 2014

Fleet management is mainly used for monitoring and improving fuel consumption and maintenance costs. Making informed decisions about which field technician to schedule for a particular job based on the location and the skills of the field worker, as well as on the current traffic conditions, can additionally lead to a significant boost in customer satisfaction.

But fleet management can do even more for your company - it can help you to build a safer, greener place of work for your employees and, as a consequence, provide you with savings not only of operational expenses but also of overhead expenses like insurance costs.

Fleet management can reduce your carbon impact, enhancing your business reputation and reducing your expenses. It can also help you to take advantage of the government’s green fiscal incentives like lower tax liabilities.

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