Prohire and LEVL announce strategic partnership
Industry: Vehicle Leasing
Commercial vehicle contract hire and fleet management company, Prohire Limited is to work with LEVL Telematics, the No 1 UK provider of the world leading telematics solution Geotab
The agreement enables the provision of Geotab’s best-in-class advanced and unique telematics capability to all Prohire customers as required.
Prohire’s deal with LEVL and Geotab will enable its customers to choose options to monitor fleet performance – identifying vehicle health, driver behaviour and real time accident detection with full accident reports.
Andrew Morley, Group Sales Director of Prohire explained “The Geotab system can provide an invaluable insight into the performance of our fleet. This is great for us, but the bigger win is for our customers. They have the option to have access to the next level in telematics solutions shipped with their vehicle. Features such as advanced engine diagnostics, Ad-blu levels, advanced fuel usage data, driver behaviour gamification and real time vehicle location at one second intervals are at their fingertips.”
Andrew Pearce, Sales & Marketing Director at LEVL added: ““This is an exciting partnership for us. Fleet managers looking at vehicle re-fresh now have a seamless solution on delivery.
LEVL can provide training on the Geotab system via Prohire so the operators fleet teams can maximise the comprehensive data set that Geotab can deliver within an easy to use dashboard. We can also provide insight in to best-in-class use of driver behaviour, idling management, proactive vehicle health and fuel monitoring capabilities of the solution.”
About Prohire Group:
Prohire supplies commercial vehicles and full fleet support services to a wide range of business sectors including food-service and catering, chilled food and pharmaceuticals, builders’ merchants, leisure retail and the brewing industry as well as to specialist logistics companies. It has recently secured new or additional contracts with major fleet operators within the food, distribution and services sectors.