Greggs of Scotland’s Edinburgh fleet joined the ECO Stars Edinburgh scheme in 2011. They achieved a highly creditable rating of four stars at their first assessment and have followed up with the maximum five stars rating by acting on the recommendations of the ECO Stars fleet expert. A combination of improvement to their local operation together with sharing their learning across the whole company as nt only ensured reconfirmation of their five stars status, but has brought about an impressive saving of £750K on Greggs’ national running costs.
JG Pears joined the ECO Stars Schemes in Nottingham, York and South Yorkshire in May 2013. They supplied a full fleet listing and an ECO Stars fleet expert visited them on-site to discuss their fleet and fuel management practices and to complete an application form. Each individual vehicle was assessed along with the overall fleet management operation – the result was a four star rating, which was an excellent achievement for their first time around.
Maxfields Travel joined the ECO Stars South Yorkshire scheme in 2013 following a recommendation at their Driver CPC training. They supplied a full fleet listing and were awarded one star. It was recognized that this rating would be upgraded once their recently implemented telematics system had bedded in.
In fact Maxfields have steadily made improvements to their fleet management and following the latest review their star rating has increased to an impressive four stars demonstrating their commitment to operational and environmental excellence.