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ARI Launches Fleet Consulting Service

May 08, 2015 - Press Release

ARI has launched ARI SustainableWorks, a consulting service designed to help organizations configure best-in-class fleets supported by clean, efficient and cost-effective fleet solutions, according to the fleet management company.

ARI SustainableWorks is designed to help clients develop and implement forward-thinking sustainable strategies that are tailored to each fleet's unique objectives, needs and operating characteristics. A team of industry-leading consultants is at the core of this new service, which is dedicated to helping fleets to optimize operations by reducing total cost of ownership and enhancing environmental performance.

A key approach for the ARI SustainableWorks consulting team is to examine the entire life cycle of a vehicle fleet in order to determine how best to customize their recommendations and solutions. This includes evaluating fleet utilization, determining how best to strategically implement clean technology vehicles, developing more efficient driver behavior strategies, and conducting comprehensive fleet emissions reporting, according to ARI.

ARI's consultants also use advanced geospatial mapping systems to strategically identify optimal locations in the fleet where the latest technologies are both logistically feasible and cost-effective to implement.

ARI SustainableWorks will serve as a core component of ARI's corporate sustainability program, fulfilling its commitment to driving clean, efficient and cost-effective transportation solutions for its customers while conducting business as stewards of the environment and champions of employee and community development.

For more information about ARI and the ARI SustainableWorks program, please visit the ARI website.

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