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Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Statement

As Australia's leading fleet management organisation, Fleetcare is proud to announce our commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles. This commitment not only affirms our role as a responsible corporate citizen but also guides our future business decisions and strategic objectives.

In environmental terms, we are consciously adopting practices to minimise our carbon footprint and drive sustainability across our operations. Recognising our potential impact on the environment, we are investing in cutting-edge technologies and green initiatives. Our goal is to ensure every vehicle under our care reflects our commitment to resource efficiency and emission reduction.

Socially, we are dedicated to fostering an inclusive and diverse work culture where every team member is valued and given equal opportunities. Beyond our organisation, we strive to make a positive impact on our communities, dedicating resources towards local development initiatives and nurturing relationships that drive social change.

Governance is a critical aspect of our ESG commitment. We pledge to maintain the highest standards of transparency, integrity, and accountability in all our dealings. Our actions and decisions will be guided by fairness and honesty, thereby preserving the trust of our clients, employees, and all stakeholders.

This ESG commitment is an important milestone in Fleetcare's journey, but we recognise it as the start, not the end. It requires continuous learning, improvement, and diligence to ensure our actions align with these objectives. We invite all our stakeholders, from employees to partners and clients, to support us in this commitment and hold us accountable to it.

At Fleetcare, our vision of growth is not confined to the size of our fleet. Instead, we envision a future where growth is defined by our responsibility and positive impact on the world. As we embark on this critical journey, we look forward to your continued support and collaboration.

Nigel Malcolm
Chief Executive Officer