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Increasing Cash Flow with Lease Management Solutions


Thursday, 1st August 2013 at 10:05 am
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Not for Profits need to approach the management of their car fleets as a strategic partnership to maximise the cost savings, according to fleet experts, Custom Fleet.

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Increasing Cash Flow with Lease Management Solutions
Thursday, 1st August 2013 at 10:05 am

Not for Profits need to approach the management of their car fleet as a strategic partnership so that they can maximise the cost savings – not purely as an option to fund their fleet to ensure it fleet works on the road as well as on the balance sheet.

No matter what an organisation’s fleet size or requirements are, Custom Fleet, part of GE Capital, can provide the tools to get the most from the investment while minimising costs.

“We believe it’s our business to take a genuine interest in your Not for Profit organisation,” Andrew Egan, General Manager of Custom Fleet said.

“Our tailored fleet management packages deliver genuine cost efficiencies and streamlined reporting.”

Some of the primary concerns Custom Fleet has noticed amongst Not for Profit customers are the desires to minimise costs, increase cash flow and get the best ‘value for money’ when operating their fleet.

“Legislation such as the National Disability Insurance Scheme will impact the way in which some NFP organisations are allocated funds, and has resulted in these organisations seeking alternatives to manage their large expenses” Egan said.

Through their fleet management service, Custom Fleet has the expertise to deliver cost reductions, better forecasting, lower administration costs and better choices.

The way in which these are delivered is through:
? Proactive recommendations – their job isn’t limited to a specific set of services provided. They’re always thinking about your business and giving advice to help you achieve your overall objectives.
? Regular strategic reviews – they have formal processes to continually measure and improve your fleet’s performance, where their fleet experts provide strategic insights and recommendations based on over 35 years’ experience in fleet management.
? Updates on industry trends and developments – they understand your industry as well as share insights, knowledge and potential opportunities that impact your business.

Custom Fleet can provide solutions to potential cash flow issues through options such as their Sale and Leaseback plans – where they essentially purchase your fleet and lease it back you, freeing up capital to be allocated to your other initiatives.

Furthermore, up to 30% of vehicles sold by Custom Fleet are disposed uniquely through Retail channels, which lead to higher sale prices that their customers also benefit from.

The way in which you approach the management of your fleet is going to vary from organisation to organisation. Each fleet needs to be fit for purpose, considering the functionality and requirements of that specific fleet.

Talk to the experts today at Custom Fleet.

Call them on 1800 812 681 or visit www.customfleet.com.au.



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