Bondholder Chevin Fleet Solutions has completed a deal in the Democratic Republic of the Congo as part of its expansion in international markets.
The Belper-based company is providing a fleet management software system to the United Nations Development Programme, which works tirelessly to help the poor in the war-torn state.
Chevin, whose global sales increased 56% in 2016, already has contracts with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees and the office of the United Nations High Commissioner For Refugees.
Its software has also been vital to the management of the huge fleet of the World Food Programme in helping it to reduce costs, whilst achieving its aim of providing food and other aid to those in need.
The latest contract was sealed by David Gladding, who was recently promoted to the position of Chevin’s Global Sales & Marketing Director.
David said: "We are a world leader in fleet management software because we have a superb product and also because we work so closely with our clients. Wherever they are in the world, our staff will meet with them and work out a precise solution.”
David has also been key to Chevin’s latest expansion in Australia which has seen it sign deals with both South Australia Police and Life Without Barriers - a not-for-profit organisation which provides care and support to more than 11,500 people living in their own homes or managed residential housing. Life Without Barriers has used the fleet management system to make more informed decisions about how to use its vehicles and not waste money.