Systematic vehicle procurement according to TCO

procorp GmbH is specialized in the procurement of fleet vehicles according to the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) approach.
Using a unique digital tendering tool, it helps national and international customers to achieve significant cost savings and process optimization in their vehicle fleets.

procorp Gmbh tender for fleet vehicles
procorp Gmbh tender for fleet vehicles

Optimize your fleet costs – use the TCO benchmark

A comparison of your ACTUAL costs with the TCO costs of similar fleets is the perfect start for optimization. With a few details you will receive your cost comparison.

procorp tools and services

We provide you with effective services for the optimization of your procurement and tendering processes. With our digital tools you can start directly or you can talk to us about the appropriate procurement strategy for your fleet.

Your trust is our motivation

Whether SMEs or corporations, large fleets or just a few vehicles, mixed or homogeneous fleets – all customers were able to achieve significant savings with our method and optimize their fleet management.

Independent, neutral and with over 25 years of know-how

We focus on what we can do and what brings you something. Nationally and internationally, we have already put out to tender more than 11,000 vehicles.

Patrick Ineichen

CEO and partner

Rolf Müller

Partner

Concentrated knowledge, tips and tricks for your fleet

Browse our blog and read interesting facts about TCO, tenders, fleet management, vehicle procurement and much more.

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