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Two More Clients Have Begun Utilizing CCM's Maintenance Management Program

February 17, 2004

Corporate Claims Management (CCM), an accident services and maintenance management company, announced that two more clients have begun using its maintenance management program. The fleets are Eisai Inc., a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Teaneck, N.J., and Shiseido Cosmetics of Oakland, N.J. Both companies began utilizing CCM's maintenance management program on Jan. 1, 2004. Eisai enlisted 464 vehicles in the maintenance management program and Shiseido enlisted 139. Both companies are long-time CCM clients that have been utilizing its accident management program. CCM's Maintenance Management program monitors the driver's mileage, and notifies the driver of scheduled maintenance via e-mail. Theses notifications are purchase orders that replace the typical coupon book. Clients can elect a standard preventive schedule for their entire fleet, or have them customized right down to the individual type of vehicle, said Bill Benzie, manager of the CCM Maintenance Management Department. "Eisai and Shiseido have been long time accident management clients of CCM, and as a result joined CCM's Maintenance Management program," said Robert Martines, president and CEO of Corporate Claims Managment.
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