TraXall International appoints Polish fleet management partner
May 12, 2020 – International fleet and mobility management services provider Traxall International has added Fleet Mobility in Poland to its global network of fleet & mobility specialists.
Wrocław-based Fleet Mobility provides the full range of outsourced fleet management services, including vehicle and insurance sourcing, fleet policy writing, telematics management, reporting and vehicle service, maintenance and repairs.
Lukasz Jania, Managing Director of Fleet Mobility – TraXall Poland said: “We are delighted to be joining TraXall as their exclusive partner in Poland and are looking forward to bolstering ongoing business growth for the group across Europe. With our deep local knowledge of the Polish markets, we will inform globally co-ordinated client strategies, supporting the ‘local management, global view’ approach which has been central to TraXall’s success.”
The company is recognised as an industry leader in effective fleet management and driver safety, having won several awards, including the ‘Best fleet training’ title from Flota magazine, and has lectured extensively in leading Polish universities on the subject.
Leomont Wouda, International Development Management Director at TraXall added: “As the largest fleet management company in Poland, Fleet Mobility offers very strong synergies with the TraXall group. The company has quickly established itself as a proven and well connected market leader. As well as offering the right level of expertise and range of services, it is also privately owned and 100 per cent independent, giving clients access to impartial, unbiased advice on the best fleet solutions on the market. We are confident that the Fleet Mobility team will help us to strengthen the TraXall brand reputation for unrivalled market knowledge and customer service across Europe.”
Now operating in 23 countries across Europe and Latin America, TraXall International helps clients with highly complex needs to control and execute their fleet and mobility strategy across multiple countries. They support drivers, order company cars, manage tax-efficient car benefit ‘cafeteria schemes’ and align fleet data, service levels, procedures and policy.
To extend their footprint to better support clients, the company has further country expansion in its sights and is currently looking to identify potential independent partners with the same business philosophy and client focus in countries like Turkey, the Czech Republic, Romania and Hungary.