The Freight Transport Association has this week become the latest member of FleetCheck’s partner programme, bringing the total to 40. The two bodies have been working closely together in recent years, including a tie-up that will see customers of FleetCheck given access to some FTA resources in order to help them raise operational standards. Peter Golding, managing director, said: “Since the very earliest days of FleetCheck, we have sought out expert partners in the fleet
We are proud to report that FleetCheck has made the shortlist for the ACFO Awards and the Commercial Fleet Awards, both of which will be announced later this month. ACFO is the UK’s leading trade association for individuals with management responsibility for company cars and vans.  Their annual Awards shine a spotlight on the vehicles, services and companies that have most impressed the membership of ACFO, recognising and rewarding the very best in the fleet
A new tie-up will see FleetCheck customers given access to some Freight Transport Association resources in order to help them raise operational standards. These include guides and documentation surrounding the FTA’s Van Excellence initiative, access to the FTA’s Advice Centre, and discounts on a range of other FTA products and services. Mark Cartwright, head of vans at the FTA, explained: “A key part of our remit is to drive up standards of safety and general
Twelve new businesses have become part of the partner programme at FleetCheck so far in 2017. It brings the total number of partners working with us to 37, including telematics providers, service and maintenance specialists, leasing companies and many others. The new signees include leasing company Quorum, contract hire specialist Refleet, recruitment experts Clyde and Tay Group, and risk management advisers Turner Kenworthy. Peter Golding, managing director at FleetCheck, said: “Since our very earliest days,