Fleets going green

THE Australasian Fleet Managers Association has been working with the Federal Government’s Energy Efficiency Best Practice Program in a nationwide campaign to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the efficiency of Australia’s vehicle fleet.

The aim of the greener motoring campaign is to reduce fuel consumption of participating fleets by up to 15 per cent by June 2003.

AFMA executive director Marja Thompson said the program provided a “road map” for organisations to implement a best practice fleet-management system into their organisation.

About 5,000 fleet managers and 5,000 CEOs have been approached to take part in the program, which was launched in February.

Ms Thompson said besides providing cost savings to firms taking part, the initiative would give organisations recognition within the public and among peers.

A how-to guide on whole of life costing, vehicle maintenance, driver’s handbook, benchmarking as well as fuel reduction initiatives has been published.

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