KeyFleet wins CMAC company fleet contract

Lancashire-based fleet solutions provider KeyFleet is delighted to be working with a major new fleet client in the shape of the CMAC Group.

CMAC is a market-leading provider of managed ground transport and accommodation solutions for businesses around the globe. They specialise in time-critical passenger transport for the aviation, railway and direct-to-end user sectors.

Company founder Steve Turner said, “As a significant player in the transport industry, we are committed to minimising our environmental impact. Our plans include reducing our carbon footprint from our services, people, buildings, suppliers and, of course, our 30+ employee vehicle fleet.

"We needed to partner with a vehicle provider who shared our vision for a carbon-neutral future. In addition, we wanted a provider to help us plan that transition by selecting suitable vehicles, talking to our drivers, creating a structured fleet policy, and supplying charging solutions.

"KeyFleet dealt with the process from implementation to individual driver management, which was a massive benefit as it allowed our team to focus on their day jobs and objectives.

"We now have a clear plan to transition our company fleet to EVs over the next few years. We can also see how we can help our broader staff base access EV’s through KeyFleet’s salary sacrifice scheme.”

KeyFleet’s MD, Marc McLoughlin, added: “We’ve loved working with a progressive and dynamic business like CMAC on this project.

"More and more SMEs want and need to switch to EVs but find it isn’t a straightforward process. They realise there is so much more to it than just ‘leasing a car'.

"So far, we have replaced around half of the company fleet, and the team at CMAC have been a joy to work alongside. We look forward to rolling out our SalEx programme within their 200+ staff in the second half of this year.

"By 2025 their new fleet programme will have significantly impacted the business’s journey to Net-Zero, and we look forward to seeing their progress.”