FleetNet America unveils redesigned, expanded website
FleetNet America said modern look of the site projects the professionalism, loyalty and reliability FleetNet provides the industry. (Courtesy: FLEETNET AMERICA)
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CHERRYVILLE, N.C. — FleetNet America has unveiled a redesigned and expanded website at www.fleetnetamerica.com.
The modern look of the site projects the professionalism, loyalty and reliability FleetNet provides the industry, according to Heather Holt, director of marketing.
The enriched content reflects more detail on the vast services provided as well as information on the founder, philosophy and quality assurance and with a robust FAQ, customers get answers quickly about the value FleetNet offers the market, she said.
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“FleetNet is changing the direction of fleet maintenance with the way we do business. We are different from others in the market by offering flexible, customized solutions; giving information and data to the customer; and being transparent in our business dealings,” Holt said. “With the expanded website, we have a tool to communicate those things to the industry. We are looking forward to more people getting to know us better.”
FleetNet America manages a national network of commercial repair vendors; provides data to assist fleet managers in making informed decisions and helping realize the lowest total maintenance cost; and reduces downtime to maximize on-time deliveries to satisfy end-customers and meet company objectives.
“At FleetNet America it’s all about giving administrative tools to the customer,” Holt said. “We provide maintenance management by managing vendors and the maintenance process through specific customer requirements. It is not a one size fits all solution. We manage vendors to ensure they do what needs to be done and we give tangible recommendations to the customer while making sure the price is fair.”
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