Managing your fleet with Interleasing means you and your drivers enjoy a ‘high touch’, personalised service, so you can get on with what you do best.
Your dedicated, expert Relationship Manager takes responsibility for the performance of your fleet to drive cost savings, increase utilisation and improve driver safety.
We offer a ratio of one Relationship Manager to every 1,000 vehicles, so we can devote more time to delivering strategic, face-to-face quarterly reviews of your fleet - for your fleet managers, OH&S team and your senior management team. We also deliver monthly reviews and reporting, plus ad hoc in-depth fleet analyses.
Your Relationship Manager is supported by a team of skilled fleet experts and specialist fleet systems to further enhance efficiencies, minimise your costs and drive more value into your business.
Working with your fleet team, your dedicated Relationship Manager proactively identifies unplanned costs or opportunities for efficiencies by reviewing:
- excess kilometres
- fuel consumption
- tyre costs
- odometer readings
- unfair wear and tear
- contract modifications
- FBT (Fringe Benefits Tax)
- scheduled servicing
- vehicle purchasing costs.
"Over 18 months, our fleet team undertook regular reviews of our client’s fleet of vehicles. We recommended they make modifications to individual lease contracts to adapt the usage of the fleet, such as travelling under and over planned kilometres. As a result, Interleasing delivered our client $776,000 in fleet savings."
Ensuring the safety of your drivers is vital. Your Relationship Manager actively identifies drivers at risk leveraging our extensive safety reporting, including:
- driver patterns
- infringement monitoring
- accident reporting
- overdue service notification.
As part of our quarterly face-to-face meetings, we strive to make proactive recommendations and work closely with your fleet and OH&S team to modify, and ultimately prevent harmful driving behaviour before it occurs.
Your team is supported by our 24/7 roadside assistance team around the clock if your drivers need vehicle assistance in the event of breakdowns or accidents.
This means improved OH&S for your organisation, reduced costs from traffic infringements and management, and safer drivers on the road.
"A potentially dangerous clearance gap in the cargo barrier of a new vehicle was discovered by our team while reviewing our client’s national fleet.
Affected drivers were immediately identified, and then an explanation sought from the Engineering team. At our request, the client’s OH&S manager viewed the cargo barrier issue, and then spoke with their drivers to take precautionary steps to avoid any safety issues.
To prevent the problem from arising again, we wrote to vehicle manufacturers for comparative arrangements in vehicles for future vehicle purchases."
To generate greater cost savings and create better utilisation of your fleet, our fleet team regularly undertakes in-depth reviews of your vehicles.
In today’s challenging environment, cost management is a key focus. Your Relationship Manager proactively leads Whole-of-Life reviews to look at the efficiency of your fleet and identify opportunities to recommend alternative vehicles, or modify contracts to suit fleet usage. This ensures the most cost effective fleet for your business.
Ensuring your fleet reflects the day-to-day demands of your drivers, and your broader organisational objectives, is also critical. Your Relationship Manager leads Fit-for-Purpose reviews, analysing vehicles on the market to recommend a best fit vehicle for your business and drivers.
"We conducted an extensive twelve month Whole-of-Life review of our client’s fleet which saw them save up to $100,000. Supported by a range of performance reports that highlighted where cost savings could be made, the team recommended alternative fleet vehicles for the client. The team also leveraged our buying power with fuel, tyre and maintenance providers to drive further cost savings."