Use of fleet management software is now back to pre-coronavirus crisis, FleetCheck is reporting, with businesses having often used the lockdown period to rethink their whole approach to transport. Peter Golding, managing director, explained that the company could see that the majority of users who were active before mid-March had now returned, and that the volume of work being processed was at levels that could be described as normal. In addition, more than 100 new
Servicing and maintenance is set to be a key area for fleet management during the remainder of 2020, fleet software specialist FleetCheck is predicting. The company says that a number of challenges are arising within the new normal that will mean fleet managers need to pay more attention to the area than usual. Peter Golding, managing director, explained that the main issue would be pressure to reduce costs at a point in time when vehicle
He will be responsible for ensuring that the company’s products are developed to offer further enhanced functionality and relevance to commercial vehicle users from small vans to trucks, as well offering them expert advice and guidance. Barrie held key roles at the Freight Transport Association (FTA) over a 14 year period, including membership relations manager and tachograph and driver hours contract manager, as well as developing the small fleet Van Excellence programme. He is also
The aftermath of the coronavirus crisis is likely to prompt an “increasing split” between the way cars and vans within fleets are managed, says FleetCheck. The fleet software specialist says that the accent on car fleets is likely to be centred around whether journeys are required while, for vans, it will be more about efficient management of journeys that are definitely needed. Peter Golding, managing director at FleetCheck, said: “Really, this is all about the