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Strategic Fleet Solutions for Corporate Mobility!

Fleet Management for Large Corporates

Fleetcare is the largest independently owned Fleet Management company in Australia. Through our extensive experience and expertise of more than 30 years in the industry, we have gained a valuable understanding of the unique requirements of supporting organisations operating at a larger scale.
As businesses continue to evolve in the future, fleet management plays a crucial role in maintaining efficient operations. With its innovative features and customised solutions, Fleetcare empowers large businesses to streamline fleet operations, improve productivity, reduce costs, enhance sustainability, and stay ahead in the dynamic business landscape of the future.

What is Fleet Management with Fleetcare?

Assest Management

Streamline your large fleet operations with comprehensive fleet and asset management solutions, leveraging data-driven strategies for improved efficiency, productivity, and cost savings.

  • End to end vehicle management
  • Cost control
  • Physical support including fuel cards
  • Digital support such as Fleetcare finder
Strategic Management

Optimise your large fleet operations with strategic fleet and asset management, aligning your resources, goals, and performance for long-term success and efficiency gains.

  • Thought leadership
  • Vehicle and policy compliance
  • Fleet mix & funding mix
  • Cost reduction strategies
  • Policy development
  • True optimisation
  • Mobility planning

How can fleet management benefit your large fleet?

Improve cash flow with fleet discounts on fuel, maintenance, and roadside assistance.
Mitigate risk with registration & infringements management.
Reduce finance costs with extensive finance options.
Reduce administration time with comprehensive reporting.
Receive proactive support from a dedicated account manager.
Enjoy integrated online support and business intelligence reporting.

Future of Fleet Management and EV Transition

The adoption of electric vehicles (EV’s) for corporate businesses is significantly on the rise. Fleetcare’s Fleet Management maximises the benefit of electric vehicles, including reduced emissions, promote cleaner work environments, lower operating costs, and improved sustainability performance.
Transitioning a large fleet to EVs requires careful planning, budgeting, training, monitoring, and continuous improvement. Fleetcare is addressing these key steps, so that large fleets can successfully navigate the transition to electric vehicles, reduce emissions, lower operational costs, and constribute to a more sustainable future.

Steps when transitioning to an EV large fleet

Fleet Analysis

Performing a thorough analysis of your current fleet, including vehicle types, usage patterns, and kilometres, will aid in selecting the ideal electric vehicles that align with your business requirements.

Charging Infrastructure

Companies need to factor in the necessary charging infrastructure to support their fleet, such as installing charging stations at office premises and ensuring convenient access to public charging stations for their drivers.

Budget & Financing

Businesses need to carefully evaluate the costs of buying and operating electric vehicles, including vehicle purchase prices, charging infrastructure expenses, and maintenance costs. There are flexible finance options available to help organisations make the transition to EVs.

Employee Education & Training

To ensure the safe and effective use of electric vehicles, businesses must prioritise comprehensive training for their employees on vehicle operation, maintenance, and charging infrastructure. This will equip employees with the necessary skills and knowledge to utilise electric vehicles safely and efficiently.

Integral role in the success of our businesses

"Fleetcare has played an integral role in the success of our businesses, horticultural and road transport. To be able to seamlessly look after all our fuel and eTolls, plus furnish me with tax compliant EOM details that assist in my quarterly BAS obligations concerning diesel rebates etc, the entire relationship we enjoy with Fleetcare is testament to their commitment to looking after their clients, regardless of turnover/fleet size."
IAN, Halfback Haulage & Meridian Nursery

Enterprise Fleet Management FAQs

What is Fleet Management?

Fleet Management from Fleetcare covers all aspects of your fleet from fuel and maintenance, registration, crash management and more within one simple system. We can even finance the vehicle through a range of vehicle financing options. We aim to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and realign your focus to your businesses requirements.

How much does a fleet management system cost?

At Fleetcare, we understand that not all businesses are alike. Whether you’re looking for full fleet management, vehicle finance, telematics, or driver behaviour, we’ll tailor a product that suits your business. Pricing is dependent on the products selected for your needs.

Is it better to outsource Fleet Management?

By partnering with Fleetcare, you can outsource your full fleet operation, or just certain areas. No matter your requirements, you’ll be confident knowing that a team of fleet professionals are dedicated to improving your fleet efficiency. By outsourcing Fleet Management, you’ll be able to free up your resources to focus on your bottom line.

How many vehicles do I need in my fleet to be eligible for Fleet Management?

To be eligible for Fleet Management, your business must have at least two (2) vehicles and be trading for at least two (2) years.

What is considered a large fleet?

The definition of a large fleet may vary depending on the industry and organisation. Generally, a fleet with a significant number of vehicles, typically 100 or more, can be considered a large fleet.

Why is fleet management important for large fleets?

Effective fleet management is crucial for large fleets to ensure efficient operations, minimise costs, improve safety, and comply with regulations. It helps in optimising vehicle utilisation, reducing maintenance expenses, managing fuel consumption, tracking driver behaviour, and ensuring compliance with legal requirements.

What are the key challenges in managing a large fleet?

Managing a large fleet can come with several challenges, including fleet size and complexity, maintenance and repair costs, fuel management, driver safety, regulatory compliance, route optimisation, and data management. Additionally, fleet managers may face challenges related to vehicle acquisition, disposal, and replacement strategies.

How can telematics be used in fleet management for large fleets?

Telematics, which involves using technology to monitor and manage vehicles remotely, can play a significant role in fleet management for large fleets. It can provide valuable data on vehicle location, speed, fuel consumption, maintenance needs, and driver behaviour. This data can be used to optimise fleet operations, improve safety, and reduce costs.

What are some best practices for fleet management in large fleets?

Some best practices for fleet management in large fleets include implementing regular vehicle maintenance schedules, optimising routing and dispatching, monitoring and managing driver behaviour, implementing safety policies and training programs, leveraging technology for data-driven decision making, and maintaining compliance with regulations.

How can large fleets reduce their environmental impact?

Large fleets can adopt various strategies to reduce their environmental impact, such as incorporating alternative fuel vehicles (e.g. battery electric vehicle, hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, plug-in hybrid electric), optimising routing for fuel efficiency, implementing eco-driving techniques, and monitoring and reducing idling time. Additionally, fleet managers can promote sustainability initiatives within their organisations, such as carpooling or vehicle sharing programs, to minimise their overall carbon footprint.

What are some considerations for selecting fleet vehicles in large fleets?

When selecting fleet vehicles for large fleets, considerations may include the specific needs of the business, vehicle size and type, fuel efficiency, maintenance costs, reliability, safety features, and overall total cost of ownership (TCO). Evaluating and selecting vehicles that align with the organisation’s operational requirements, budget, and sustainability goals are essential factors to consider.

How can fleet managers ensure compliance with regulations in large fleets?

Compliance with regulations such as Department of Transport (DOT) regulations, emissions standards, and safety regulations is critical in fleet management for large fleets. Fleet managers can ensure compliance by implementing regular vehicle inspections, monitoring driver hours of service, maintaining accurate records, staying updated with regulatory changes, and providing regular training and education to drivers and other fleet personnel.

Looking for a Fleet Management solution for your large business?

Speak to a fleet consultant to find the best solution to meet your needs.