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Dupre' Announces Results of FleetRisk Advisor's Project

June 28, 2005

ALPHARETTA, GA — Dupre’ Transport, LLC announced the results of a pilot project undertaken with FleetRisk Advisors. The project included consolidating historical data from Dupre’s internal systems into FleetRisk’s Transportation Risk Analytics Center (TRAC), and then running a series of analytical processes with regard to risk and profitability. The analysis revealed specific “risk signatures” that will assist Dupre’s senior management team in developing action plans to continue improving safety and profitability. As a result of these findings, Dupre’ extended its relationship with FleetRisk Advisors and entered into a seven-year strategic agreement for ongoing analysis of its operations.The overall project consisted of three unique analytical processes: aggregation analytics, risk signature analytics, predictive modeling and pattern recognition.In an effort to create a safer, more profitable environment, Dupre plans to implement several predictive models with FleetRisk Advisors: a driver scoring model, a new applicant scoring model, a dispatch risk-score model, and a customer profitability model that takes safety into account.
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