Celebrating 3 years of 1link Service Network in Denmark

We are celebrating our third anniversary of business in Denmark with five leasing companies and two new importers now using our 1link Service Network platform. The leasing companies are ALD, NF Fleet, Opendo, Fleggaard Leasing, Jyske Finans with importers Semler Mobility Import and Hessel Trucks. They are all using 1link Service Network to manage their…
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Vehicle Movements

Fleets look to reduce vehicle remarketing movements to meet net-zero targets

Major fleets are increasingly seeking to reduce vehicle movements in order to minimise the carbon footprint of their remarketing activities.   Working with several large vehicle leasing companies through our 1link Disposal Network platform, the subject is increasingly a discussion point and is also being made part of some disposal policies. Debbie Fox, commercial director…
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Electric-vehicle-charging

Finally, it looks as though the BEVs are coming

We have been promised for some time that BEVs – pure battery electric vehicles as opposed to electric hybrids – will soon be making big inroads into fleets. Yet it hasn’t quite transpired so far. However, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders reported that BEV sales in July tripled year-on-year. The actual numbers remain…
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Brake pad particulates

1link Service Network is ideally placed to help measure fleet brake pad particulates

Our 1link Service Network platform, that is used to manage four million company vehicles contains almost certainly unparalleled amounts of data about fleet brake pad wear and replacement for cars and vans in the UK. Last month, the Government’s Air Quality Expert Group issued a report urging the fleet industry to start addressing the issue…
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Fleet managment: SMR

Why lower new car sales mean a bigger focus on SMR

You’ll probably have already noticed that fleet new car sales are down again. In June, according to the SMMT, there were 133,310 new cars registered to fleets and businesses, a 5% fall year-on-year. In total, the market is down about 3.4% so far this year. The reasons for this are probably no mystery – continuing…
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