Modern Transportation, winner of the first annual Fleet Safety Award, has instilled a “culture of safety” within its organization through driver participation, incentives, and education.
The cargo management solutions provider partners with FMCs to bring enhanced value in product, process, and service to their mutual customers —the fleet manager and fleet driver.
Building an environmentally responsible fleet requires research, planning, and matching vehicles and technologies to applications and business needs. Two companies share best practices in developing sustainable fleet programs.
With a review of U.S. economic and commercial fleet market trends, GE Capital Fleet Services client board members applied problem-solving principles to explore solutions for challenges they face.
Often the target of corporate cost-paring measures in tough economic times, fleet maintenance expense can be managed with a program offering fixed costs and predictable budgets.
As part of continuing sustainability efforts, the global foods powerhouse is evaluating initial driver response to a pilot test of Ford and Toyota hybrids, the Subaru Forester PZEV, and the diesel-powered VW Jetta in its sales fleet.
Providing solutions for fleet sustainability efforts, the “green” telematics market is expected to expand nine-fold by 2015. Most valuable to fleets is the wireless communication of fuel consumption and emissions data.
An effective fuel management program takes a holistic approach, involving the fleet manager, drivers, vehicle manufacturers, and alternative-fuel producers.
Once a tedious manual process involving faxes, telephone calls, and e-mails, moving Siemens fleet vehicles around the country to new assignments is now almost entirely automated, thanks to a Web-based management system.
The annual Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA) conference provided not only strategic fleet management presentations, but also ample opportunities for the 350-plus attendees to network and share best practices.