Lancashire based fleet solutions provider KeyFleet has won a major new fleet client in the shape of the CMAC Group.
CMAC is a market leading provider of managed ground transport and accommodation solutions for businesses around the globe specialising in time-critical passenger transport from the aviation, railway and direct to end user sectors.
Company founder Steve Turner said:
“As a significant player in the transport industry naturally we are committed to keeping our minimising our environmental impact and putting plans in place to reduce our carbon footprint from our services, people, buildings, suppliers and of course, our 30+ vehicle fleet.
“It was important that we partnered with not just vehicle provider but a company that shared our vision for a carbon neutral future and a provider that could help us plan that transition by selecting the right vehicles, talking to our drivers, creating a structured fleet policy, and even supplying charging solutions.
“We’ve also found the process from implementation through to individual driver management to be of huge benefit as it allows our team to focus on our own objectives whilst KeyFleet focus on the fleet. We now have a clear plan on how, over these next few years, we will transition our company fleet to EV’s and also how we might be able to help our wider staff base access EV’s through their salary sacrifice scheme.”
KeyFleet’s MD, Marc McLoughlin, added:
“We’ve loved working with such a progressive and dynamic business in CMAC on this project. More and more SME’s want, and need, to make the switch to EV’s – but it isn’t a straightforward process -there is so much more to it that just ‘leasing a car’.
“We are only part way through the project at this stage with around half of the company fleet replaced but CMAC have been a joy to work with so far and we look forward to rolling out our SalEx programme within their 200+ staff base in the second half of this year.
“By 2025 the new fleet programme will have had a significant impact on the businesses journey to Net Zero and, I hope, have provided much support to the drivers and internal management team.”