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Thrifty Car & Van Rental Named as ICFM Member

Thrifty Car & Van Rental Named as ICFM Member

Thrifty Car & Van Rental has been named as the newest member of the ICFM Corporate Investor Programme. The large vehicle renting company has a number of different rental locations across the UK. By signing up to the Investor Programme, Thrifty becomes the first short-term car and van hire to join the programme.

The ICFM was formerly the Institute of Car Fleet Management and is the only not-for-profit organisation in the car and light commercial fleet management industry looking into improving the education, recognising the achievements and boosting the profession.

Thrifty has joined the ICFM scheme at the Affiliate investor level, allowing the business to take part in ICFM events as well as the opportunity to access the wide range of resources the ICFM have to offer. A large number of the members that join this programme, do so at the Affiliate Investor level, including Auto Windscreens, Michelin, SG Fleet and Ambit. These events held and attended by the ICFM scheme members will be an ideal networking opportunity for companies, allowing them to meets and build business relationships and network, which is beneficial for the future growth of the members.

Thrifty Car & Van Rental has is a well-known fleet industry supplier and will be an asset to ICFM through the Corporate Investor Programme as an Affiliate Investor. The investment programme offers four different levels of membership, each of which are tailored to the employee number of the member company and the requirements meet. An Affiliate Investor has recognised the benefits of the association without having any need for staff engagement in the programme. The next stage up is the Corporate Investor, which is tailored for businesses that are employing 10-50 people in fleet related activity. By being invested in the ICFM, businesses gain a credibility and value that can give them a competitive edge in their markets.

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