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GE Custom Fleet Volunteers Program


Tuesday, 25th June 2013 at 10:57 am
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Successful business relationships occur when organisations share common values. Custom Fleet, part of GE Capital, has a dedicated focus aimed at the Not for Profit sector and understands the challenges faced by NFP organisations.

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GE Custom Fleet Volunteers Program
Tuesday, 25th June 2013 at 10:57 am

Successful business relationships occur when organisations share common values.
Custom Fleet, part of GE Capital, has a dedicated focus aimed at the Not for Profit sector and understands the challenges faced by NFP organisations.

They are attuned to the needs of this sector, providing tailored and cost effective fleet management solutions, taking on board the primary concerns of their NFP customer base to minimise costs, potentially increase cash flow and provide them with the best ‘value for money’ when operating their fleet.

Volunteering is part of their culture – they know they have a broad range of talents across the organisation, and take pride in using these talents to assist the communities in which they operate.One of the reasons Custom Fleet is able to understand this sector is the emphasis placed on volunteering in the communities where their employees live and work.

GE executives support this initiative as it improves the overall quality of life in the community while systemically developing inclusive and accountable leaders with integrity.

Last year, over 3,500 of their employees rolled up their sleeves and supported community events as part of GE Volunteers program. Each year GE employees donate in excess of 15,000 hours to volunteering events throughout Australia and New Zealand – that’s the equivalent to over eight dedicated full time staff.

Custom Fleet is committed to their people and their customers, as well as a terrific place to work, assisting those in hardship, and supporting local communities. By combining the first hand experience from the volunteering community they foster, as well as the expertise and insight that comes with over 25 years in the fleet industry, Custom Fleet provides strategic recommendations that optimise the fleets of NFP organisations to ensure your fleet works on the road as well as on the Balance Sheet.

To find out more about the GE Volunteers Program please click here.



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