Chevin scores fleet deals in Congo and Australia
Chevin Fleet Solutions has completed new deals in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Australia as it reports rapid international growth.
The UK-based company, which saw global sales increase 56% in 2016, is providing a fleet management software system to the United Nations Development Programme, which is working to reduce poverty, hunger and disease in the war-torn state. The deal comes on the back of Chevin’s existing contracts with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees and the office of the United Nations High Commissioner For Refugees.
Chevin’s David Gladding, who was recently promoted to the position of global sales & marketing director to help drive international growth, has also helped sign deals in Australia, covering both the South Australia Police and not-for-profit organisation Life Without Barriers, which is using Chevin’s software to make more informed decisions about how to use its vehicles.
Gladding said: “We are a world leader in fleet management software because we have a superb product and also because we work so closely with our clients. Wherever they are in the world, our staff will meet with them and work out a precise solution.”