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Fleet Logistics Opens Turkish Operation

September 30, 2014

Fleet Logistics' Turkey Team. Photo courtesy of Fleet Logistics.
Fleet Logistics' Turkey Team. Photo courtesy of Fleet Logistics.

Fleet Logistics, the European fleet management provider, has gone live in Turkey.

The Turkish company announced plans for expansion across Europe two months ago, and now has more than 20 locations including: Italy, France, Germany, Poland and Romania.

The company is based at the local headquarters of its parent company, TÜV SÜD, has gone live and the first major customer, global bio-pharmaceutical giant UCB, has been implemented with a national fleet of 79 Volkswagen cars.

Fleet Logistics’ move into Turkey has been in response to requests from fleet clients with existing businesses in the region with no supporting fleet management structure.

Fleet Logistics has also developed a new driver app to help with a higher level of customer service. The app provides fleet drivers with access to all their vehicle details, mileage data, and support services. It also provides a platform through which the driver can communicate with Fleet Logistics, keep their mileage records up-to-date, access details about preferred suppliers and find answers to frequently asked questions at any time of the day or night.

Fleet Logistics is also introducing new products and services to provide for an even more driver-oriented approach where 24/7 accessibility is all-important.

The first new product will be a driver appointment and valet module, which is a one-stop solution for drivers to book any service appointment. Fleet Logistics organizes the appointment and ensures that the vehicle is collected in the morning and re-delivered once the work is completed.

The other new product is an intermediate or end-of-contract car inspection, provided in conjunction with sister company D-Expert, part of TÜV SÜD Auto Service.

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