Fleet Managers - How to make BREXIT work for you
In the weeks that have passed since the UK woke up to the news that we’re going it alone, there has barely been time to draw breath. Regardless of personal Brexit viewpoints, there’sno denying that the status quo is in turmoil.
What we have come to terms with – as a nation – is that there will be a period of uncertainty and a time for questions that don’t yet have answers. What is also overwhelmingly obvious, however, is that the world keeps turning and there isn’t always time to wait for the top level questions to be answered.
Fleet managers are in position of great responsibility within any organisation – they can impact upon the amount of money the company leaks in terms of fuel cost and inefficiency. This also means that they are in pole position to drive an upturn on budgetary savings and leaner practices. However, we have surprisingly seen a response from fleet managers, suggesting that despite Brexit concerns, they still plan to expand in the next year.