Fleet management can be handled in-house or outsourced – and there are arguments for both
Fleet management can be handled in-house or outsourced – and there are arguments for both

To fleet, or not to fleet?

posted by Catherine Chetwynd
7 October 2016

There are almost as many vans as there are cars being run through company fleets in the UK.

Of the 500,000 fleets operating in the UK, more include vans than cars, according to auto expert Sewells Research and Insight. And with supply chain and logistics a natural fit, more and more procurement teams are being handed the company fleet to manage. This responsibility may include buying a tractor to manage open spaces or ensuring the Salvation Army’s emergency support vehicles are ready for action.

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