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UPS Capital, GE Commercial Finance Launch New Fleet Management Solution

December 21, 2005

ATLANTA – UPS Capital has launched a new program with GE Commercial Finance Fleet Services that offers its small company clients fleet management solutions at rates typically enjoyed by large companies.Through the program, small companies with a minimum fleet size of five vehicles that are customers of UPS Capital will be viewed collectively by GE Commercial Finance Fleet Services, which will make them eligible for a GE discount. In addition to providing financing and leasing services, GE Commercial Fleet Services will manage an entire fleets operation from vehicle ordering to vehicle repair and compliance management. Some of the new services available to UPS Capital customers through the new program, include, maintenance management, electronic fuel cards to help businesses better manage fuel purchases, accident services, rapid tag registration and a driver safety program that includes training classes. Each small business will also be able to manage their accounts online with access to consolidated reporting, vehicle ordering, driver order management and other data. For more information on the program, visit www.upscapital.com/fleetservices or call (866) 287-3773.
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