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Teletrac Navman Partner of Van Excellence Scheme

Teletrac Navman Partner of Van Excellence Scheme

Teletrac Navman has become a Recognised Partner of the Van Excellence scheme. The business has been a leader of commercial telematics technology for the past 25 years. Teletrac Navman is a company that focuses on helping fleets boost revenue while lowering their operating costs. The multinational telematics company provides data tools that can be used for location tracking, fuel monitoring, reporting, safety and compliance. All these aspects can be accessed by the user on an easy to use platform. Teletrac works with more than 40,000 organisations across six continents and is one of the world’s largest providers of fleet management services.

The award scheme was created by Freight Transport Association and is an industry-led initiative which is open to those who operate commercial vehicles of 3.5 te GVW or below. The aim of the Van Excellence Scheme is to celebrate and reward van operator compliance and those who show excellence when representing the interests of the van industry.

By Teletrac Navman becoming a Recognised Partner, they are expected to be active in supporting and raising awareness of the principles of the Van Excellence scheme to other fleet operators throughout the UK. Being a part of such an initiative could raise the profile of the company further and allow them to expand. The accreditation will also offer the opportunity to collaborate with the Freight Transport Association in order to promote the importance of compliance as well as good practice within the fleet sector. This could also improve the practices of the whole logistics industry.

The award has recognised the positive work carried out by Teletrac Navman that helps to promote good practice by van fleets. The partnership between Teletrac and the Freight Transport Association will allow both parties to continue their good work and the promotion of the benefits from good van standards.  

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