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PHH Arval introduces

October 23, 2007

SPARKS, MD - PHH Arval announced the launch of a new microsite focusing on the specific needs of vehicle fleets serving the energy industry:

With dozens of energy fleets as clients, including some of the largest and most well-known in North America, PHH Arval has extensive expertise serving this market segment. PHH recently completed its 15th annual Energy Fleet Conference, held in Houston, Texas, and introduced the new site to attendees.

The new website features a wealth of information and resources:

  • EnergyFleet Blog, a weblog featuring guest bloggers writing on such topics as energy fleet benchmarking, environmental issues, driver productivity, and other timely subjects of interest to this industry. Visitors to the site are invited to participate in the comments section.

  • The Fleet Resource Center offers industry-specific white papers, news, solutions to fleet management issues, and links to other industry resources.

  • An industry benchmarking section offers visitors consultations on fleet best practices, and information on macroeconomic and industry trends and statistics. Visitors are also invited to participate in fleet policy surveys, take online quick polls, and view results of past polls.

  • The meetings and events section includes information about industry trade shows, as well as conferences organized by PHH for fleets in the energy segment of the marketplace.

    This is the second microsite developed by PHH Arval for specific industry segments; the first was, geared toward the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. Both of these online communities are designed to share PHH’s expertise and give the industry a place to exchange best practices among themselves.

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