Fleet managers face tough challenges
Rising fuel costs, alternative technologies, and new regulations make it increasingly difficult to strike the balance between cost effectiveness, performance, and reducing environmental impacts. On top of that most fleets are comprised of different vehicle types with different purposes and operational requirements. At the same time, vehicle fleets are a highly visible element of a corporation’s public image.
Fleet of 115 vehicles (100 passenger cars/15 light-duty vehicles). Main use is for technicians to service products at customer premises. High annual mileage, majority of engines run on gasoline. Expected company growth of 2% per year. Key results for best scenario: Expected 3.4 mCHF cumulative savings in total cost of ownership compared to business as usual. 26% reduction of absolute CO2 emissions by 2020 despite company growth.
Fleet of 330 vehicles (286 passenger cars/44 light-duty vehicles). Main use is for technicians and sales. High annual mileage, majority of engines run on diesel. Strong regulatory incentives for fuel efficient vehicles already in place. Expected company growth of 2% per year. Key results for best scenario: Expected 1.2 mEUR cumulative savings in total cost of ownership compared to business as usual. 18% improvement of CO2 efficiency by 2020, no absolute emissions increase despite company growth.
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