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Union Leasing Launches New Web-based Driver Fleet Application

November 04, 2010 - Press Release

SCHAUMBURG, IL - Union Leasing is pleased to announce the launch of myDriverLink, a web-based driver fleet application that complements Union's fleet management tool, myFleetLink. myDriverLink was designed with key input from clients. This new web-based application allows fleet drivers to view and report information on their fleet vehicles, company policy, mileage reporting, and tax compliance information.

"Technology continues to bring us even closer to the end user of our products and services, the fleet drivers", said Mark Conroy, Vice President Sales and Marketing for Union Leasing. Conroy added, "myDriverLink extends Union Leasing's cloud computing strategy for fleet management, offering real-time data, administrative support and mileage collection information that facilitates our customer's ability to efficiently manage and verify field operation performance."

Union Leasing provides fleet management solutions to companies, municipalities and government organizations in North America with fleets of 20 to 500 vehicles. The fleet management company is committed to providing fleet operators with tools to increase productivity without losing Union Leasing's reputation for high-touch service and a family environment. Union Leasing is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chicago Freight Car Leasing (CFCL) of Rosemont, Illinois. For more information please visit


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