Fleet management group CLM has won a new
contract to operate the fleet for property developer Peel
Buckinghamshire-based CLM have been appointed
to manage the Manchester-based company’s fleet of 127 vehicles
after an extensive tendering process.
This is the second such contract for CLM in a
fortnight following its appointment
to manage the fleet of equipment company Arco.
Peel said it received proposals from a variety
of companies but would not comment on any failed bids, saying CLM
was appointed with the aim of reducing the company’s carbon
footprint, lowering company and employee tax bills and cutting
Lower emissions targets will be achieved
through the acquisition of more hybrid cars and by the introduction
of new carbon caps for different car grades as well as actively
promoting low carbon-emitting vehicles in company car choice lists,
a spokesperson for Peel said.
Dale Mullane, head of procurement at Peel,
said the changes would reduce benefit-in-kind tax bills, NI
contributions and fuel costs as well as reducing carbon
CLM will also be responsible for the
acquisition of new fleet vehicles and will use a panel of three
preferred leasing suppliers to find the most competitive monthly