Queensland Premier Peter Beattie aims to reduce the total number of 6-cyl. passenger vehicles to 30% of the Australian state’s 13,000-vehicle fleet by 2010. QFleet was established in 1991 and is the Queensland government's provider of vehicle- leasing and fleet-management services – and Beattie says he aims to make Queensland's largest fleet operator the greenest of its kind in the country. He says major changes have been made with QFleet over the past two years. "At the end of July ...
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