Renggli AG is a timber construction company with over 100 years of history and around 200 employees. In addition to the general contractor in Sursee, it also operates several offices in western, southern and eastern Switzerland.

Vehicle fleet in the project: passenger cars and commercial vehicles

Result: Restructuring of the fleet and change of management model from purchase to leasing

"With the help of procorp, we have completely restructured our fleet and reorganized our management. This allows us to reduce costs and internal effort."

In addition to the company vehicles, Renggli uses the company vehicles primarily for customer visits and for trips to construction sites. The total fleet of the owner-managed SMEs comprises around 80 vehicles. These have been self-financed up to now.

Objective: Reduce costs and effort

The fleet was divided into different makes and models within the categories of passenger cars and vans. Fleet management was entirely internal and led to ever increasing expenses due to the company’s growth. Together with an external consultant, a solution was to be found that allowed the company to concentrate on its core tasks again.

Mobility concept through procorp

Company vehicles are the business cards of the company. They convey the basic values of the company such as ecological and social responsibility. Renggli therefore wanted procorp to develop a comprehensive mobility concept that would not only take into account cost aspects but also alternative drive systems and the future development of the fleet.

To achieve Renggli’s objectives, procorp recommended outsourcing the vehicles under full service leasing. In addition, a part of the support tasks can be outsourced, a clear facilitation with regard to the management of the fleet.

procorp tenders outsourcing of its fleet

procorp received the order to put the entire vehicle fleet out to tender.
On the occasion of a workshop, the requirements for the fleet and their prioritization were worked out. In particular, the sustainable design and equipment of the vehicles were in the foreground. For the delivery vans, which are mainly used for transports on construction sites, procorp analyzed the requirements with the assembly manager.


After preparing the tender documents, procorp contacted several leasing companies. The tender was based on the “best in class TCO” principle at the required functional levels in procorp’s TCO software. After a condensation and recommendations for action, a second round of bidding was conducted to sharpen the results.