The following information was provided by PHH Arval.
Overview of PHH Arval
PHH Arval, a leading vehicle management company based in Sparks, MD, provides a broad range of fleet management solutions to companies and government agencies. Our fleet services include vehicle financing and acquisition; maintenance and fuel programs; safety and accident management services; and more. PHH Arval manages over 582,000 vehicles in North America and provides global fleet management support in 39 countries through the PHH Arval Global Alliance.
PHH Arval consults with its fleet clients on ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions while saving costs.
PHH FirstFleet is our truck division specializing in providing comprehensive services for Class 5-8 trucks. The Center for Transportation Safety is a subsidiary focused on driver safety and Commercial Drivers License training.
PHH and Green Fleets
PHH Arval has long been an industry leader in helping organizations reduce their carbon footprints while saving costs. Key services include:
- Award-winning PHH GreenFleet® program to analyze, measure and report on greenhouse gas emissions.
- Consultation on vehicle selection and spec’ing geared toward improving fuel economy.
- Expert analysis of alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) options and strong network of AFV suppliers for acquisition and/or conversion.
- Telematics technology to reduce fuel consumption.
- Driver training to reinforce safety and lower fuel costs.
PHH’s Commitment to Sustainability
We are committed to being leaders in achieving environmental goals. PHH Arval President & CEO George Kilroy (pictured right) was named SmartCEO magazine’s EcoCEO award winner in 2010 and “Sustainability All-Star” by Greenfleet Magazine in 2011 and 2012. Under his leadership, PHH offers various green programs for its clients and is committed to reducing its own carbon footprint. Our main headquarters building in Sparks, MD, has won numerous awards for its environmentally-friendly construction and environmental and recycling policies. PHH Arval is a member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Climate Leaders Program, with a goal to reduce company-wide greenhouse gas emissions 12% by 2014.