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Fleet Operations

If you implement fleet programs that contribute to the achievement of overall company-wide goals, you will get the attention (and praise) of senior management. You must view vehicle acquisition, replacement planning, funding alternatives, and sourcing alliances with manufacturers and suppliers as high-level strategic corporate decisions. Without long-term planning, it is impossible to have a well-managed fleet.

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Effective Communication Enhances Fleet Image

Increasing professionalism is helping drive fleet management out of the “dirty garage” stereotype. Effective communication with public officials, citizens, supervisors, and customers can further improve the image of fleet operations.

Hyundai Seeks to Expand Its Commercial Fleet Market Share

Hyundai is on a roll with strong retail sales and views commercial fleet sales as an opportunity to further expand its reach into the U.S. market. It recently assembled a new fleet management team to expand its commercial fleet sales.

CCM Launches National ‘Guaranteed Savings’ Campaign

IVYLAND, PA - Corporate Claims Management (CCM) has developed a "Guaranteed Savings" approach to the cost of operating a fleet. As part of this effort, fleet personnel have an opportunity to conduct a "30-second audit" in the comfort of their office.

KONE Takes Fleet Eco-Efficiency to a Higher Level

This 100-year-old global company streamlined fleet operations, reducing costs of the targeted passenger fleet, trimmed dealer out-of-stock purchases, lowered acquisition costs and accident rates, and decreased greenhouse gas emissions.

The Dangers of Extending Replacement Cycles

Vehicle replacement policy is one of the most critical aspects of fleet management. Nearly all fleet-related expenses, both fixed and operating, are influenced by when a vehicle is replaced. In a recessionary economy, senior management demands expense reductions and there is pressure to defer vehicle replacements. However, such a policy change could actually prove to be counterproductive to the intended goal.