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Barry, Robert
December 2010
New Zealand Company Vehicle;Dec2010, p58
This article discusses the lessons learned by fleet management companies in New Zealand in their efforts to lower fleet costs and cut greenhouse gas emissions of their vehicles. Mitchel Booth, general manager of GE Capital Fleet and Equipment Finance to Company Vehicle, explains that recessions should be the time for fleet management companies to create a new vehicle policy and device their business strategy. Areas such as vehicle optimisation, whole life costs and environmental outputs should be studied by fleet management companies.


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