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Fleet Financials - January/February 2012

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FEATURES

Rollins Creates Open-End Savings
A switch from closed-end to open-end leasing and co-sourcing fleet management services will save Rollins, Inc. from $8 to $10 million over the next six years.

Slow Recovery Requires Fleet Managers to Adapt to the ‘New Normal’
With the economy in a continued slow-motion recovery, fleet managers have had to be resilient and creative in doing more with less. The result: Budgets may have shrink, but the bottom line has increased.

VasoHealthcare Chooses PartnerPlan Over Reimbursement
The diagnostic equipment company found leasing provided numerous benefits over reimbursement, and shares its decision-making process.

Leasing Accounting Changes & the Fleet Leasing Industry
Newly proposed accounting rules will have a slight impact on the fleet leasing industry, Lessees and lessors should be aware of the potential changes.

Making the (Business) Case for Savvy Fleet Management
Smart fleet managers can convert fleet from being viewed as a pure cost center to an to an opportunity for improved operational efficiencies, productivity, and cost savings.

Supplier Relationships Know Where to Draw the Line
Yes, the products and services you buy are themselves important. But one of the keys to success lies with the relationship you have with your suppliers, How close should those relationships be?

DEPARTMENTS
  • On the Web
  • Editorial
       Rising Tire Prices Take a Bite Out of Fleet Budgets.
  • Letters
       Offical vs. Non-Official Red-Light Tickets.
  • Fleet Briefs
       2012 Fuel Economy Guide Released
  • Automotive Financials
       Going by the Numbers.
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