Following the scheme's introduction in January 2018, nearly 190 drivers were incentivised to drive in a better, safer and more controlled manner.
While these new procedures are now ongoing, in the first few months the scheme resulted in:
- A 12.5% improvement in miles per gallon (MPG)
- 50% reduction in idling
- Equal to 297,231 litres of fuel being saved
- An equivalent saving of 781 tonnes of carbon dioxide
- There was a 30% increase in drivers achieving the highest grade of driving performance
- And a 7% reduction in Road Traffic Collisions
Overall, the scheme has helped Keyline demonstrate their green credentials, as well as excellent employee engagement, and a reduction in costs and overheads. It is, and will continue to be, an important part of Keyline’s proactive approach to lowering environmental impact.