Safety & Accident

CEI to Stress Benefits of Outsourcing Accident Management at Government Fleet Expo

June 03, 2013 - Press Release

The CEI Group, Inc. (CEI) will bring its message of how government fleets can save money and get more done with less by outsourcing their accident management activities to the 2013 Government Fleet Expo and Conference (“GFX”) in San Antonio, Texas, next week.

“We’ve already helped government fleets save hundreds of thousands of dollars through creative repair techniques, shorter repair downtime, leveraging staff time with online technology and better rates of recovery of damages from third-party drivers responsible for collisions with government vehicles,” said Kathi Croze, CEI national sales manager for government fleets.

She added that while outsourcing accident management activities has been commonplace in the corporate fleet world for decades, it’s still a relatively rare practice among government fleets. “One of the biggest factors is that most government fleets don’t know that services like ours are available.”

Ms. Croze, recognized last year as one of the most influential women in the fleet industry, will head CEI’s contingent at Booth # 610. The trade show will be held June 10-13 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.

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