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McDonald's to Continue Partnership With LeasePlan USA

January 26, 2004

McDonald's Corporation recently made the decision to continue its partnership with LeasePlan USA. After an extensive review, LeasePlan was chosen to continue managing McDonald's fleet of 3,300 vehicles. LeasePlan employees celebrated the decision by catering lunch from McDonald's to both its Chicago and Atlanta locations. Representatives from the food service retailer's corporate headquarters, including Senior Fleet Manager Susan Miller, attended the luncheon in Chicago.McDonald's has been a client with LeasePlan's fleet management division, formerly CSC, for seven years. LeasePlan will continue to provide all previous fleet management services including maintenance and accident management and a driver safety program. In addition, McDonald's will now use LeasePlan's fuel management program as well as other process management services. According to McDonald's, LeasePlan was chosen to continue the partnership based on a track record of service as well as technological capabilities including the ability to wholly manage McDonald's fleet information.
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