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Emkay Wins Three Stevie Awards

Emkay has won three 2018 Stevie awards after the fleet management company was named a finalist in multiple categories.

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Order-to-Delivery Times for 2017 Models Remain Stable

Milder weather, greater railcar availability, softer retail demand, and fewer quality holds contributed to stable or decreasing order-to-delivery (OTD) times. Most OTD issues involved vehicles shipped from Mexico to the U.S.

13 Ways to Improve Order-to-Delivery

Key areas for improvement are the development of better forecasting tools and greater collaboration between all logistics partners in the supply chain. Also, more transportation and rail infrastructure investment is needed.

EMKAY Marks 70th Anniversary

Achieving longevity cannot be done without the right combination of people, passion, determination, and innovation. In March 2016, EMKAY celebrated a milestone anniversary as the second oldest fleet management company.

Strong Truck, Van Sales Constrain Rail to Delay OTD

Increased demand for trucks and high-roof vans slowed rail shipments due to the limited number of rail cars for these larger vehicles. Delayed rail shipments complicated workflow for stretched upfitters.

Emkay Named Top Employer in Canada

Emkay Canada was named among Canada's top 100 small and medium-sized employers during were announced in Toronto on March 10.

Emkay's Growth Plan: Simple, Better, and Different

In his first interview with AF, Greg Tepas discussed his strategic plans to grow EMKAY and offered insight into his long-term views of the commercial fleet leasing market.

Car OTD Times Static, Truck OTD Improves

While OTD remained relatively static overall, year-over-year, delivery times were still above the industry average benchmark of 60 days. Quality holds and recalls impacted some high-volume fleet models.

100-Plus Most Important Events in Fleet

As John F. Kennedy once said, “History is a relentless master. It has no present, only the past rushing into the future. To try to hold fast is to be swept aside.”

Fleet MY-2012 Order-to-Delivery Times Improve Slightly

Key factors causing OTD delays were increased vehicle volumes due to continued auto industry sales growth, lengthy quality holds, parts shortages, ongoing railcar shortages, recalls, plant changes, and weather-related issues.