Fleet Lease Disposal (FLD) (Delray Beach, Florida) celebrates 40 years in business. From its humble beginnings in 1979 to today, FLD continues to provide remarketing services for any vehicle or piece of equipment, covering the 48 contiguous states of the United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands and all provinces and territories of Canada.
“We are thankful for the opportunities we’ve had over the last 40 years to provide top-notch vehicle remarketing services and solutions to our customers,” said Gary A. Mott, president, FLD. “Our company’s reputation and track record were built on our commitment to always stay at the forefront of technology. We are proud of our accomplishments over the years bringing several firsts to the industry, and we look forward to exceeding our clients' expectations.”
FLD designed the industry’s first Electronic Condition Report and web portal for fleet managers. In 2000, they launched the industry’s first vehicle grounding website. They introduced the first online consumer vehicle trade-in program called Intelliprice and developed OnceOVR™ the first mobile application to document a vehicle's condition.
FLD’s robust suite of software offering includes their fleet inventory management software, a fuel and maintenance logging mobile application and a web platform for managing and monitoring the entire remarketing process. In addition to its technology software, FLD provides ample supportive services and programs such as; direct purchase, turnkey, Sarbanes-Oxley compliant employee sales program, title processing, and procurement, registration renewal, de-identification, transportation assistance, and equipment removal services.
“As I look to the future of FLD, I am excited for what is to come. If the results of our past are any indication of our future, I am confident that FLD will continue to be an innovative leader, shaping the white metal industry for years to come.” added Mott.
For more information, visit fldinc.com
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