Mr Mulvaney, who is in charge of a fleet comprising 488 light commercial vehicles, 79 company cars, four HGVs and 40 items of plant and machinery, including trailers, is a finalist in the Fleet Manager of the Year category in the 2018 What Van? Awards.
Additionally, Manchester-headquartered VPS UK, which specialise in securing, maintaining and managing more than 50,000 vacant properties across a wide range of customer and industry sectors including retail, pubs, social housing, commercial property and construction sites, is one of three fleets shortlisted for the publication’s Service, Maintenance and Repair Award.
The winners of the 2018 What Van? Awards will be revealed on Wednesday, December 13 at The Brewery, London.
Mr Mulvaney and VPS UK have notably been recognised for major vehicle service, maintenance and repair cost savings – which are expected to ramp up further following implementation of a robust driver compliance initiative – being achieved in partnership with FSGB.
Driver influenced costs are the single largest drain on a company’s in-life fleet vehicle expenditure, which is why, following a change in senior management, Manchester-headquartered VPS continues to work with FSGB to transform its fleet into ‘best in breed’.