As the global economy continues to grapple with inflation, fleet companies are feeling the impact on their bottom line. Many fleet managers are asking how to reduce fleet costs in today’s environment. Inflation affects fleet companies in a variety of ways, from increasing fuel and maintenance costs to raising insurance premiums. It is crucial for fleet companies to implement effective cost management strategies to maintain profitability and remain competitive in today's market.
Amid a nationwide shortage of truck technicians and automotive mechanics, the fleet services division finds a way to keep and train enough vocational talent for long-term careers that meet maintenance demand.
No one predicted the spike in replacement parts prices over the past several years nor the delays in getting out-of-stock parts. This assessment explains how these numerous price increases add up to big expenditures raising TCO.
Successfully keeping the fleet up and running isn’t just about addressing maintenance issues — it's about understanding what truly matters and ensuring that valuable time and resources are channeled where they're needed the most.
The deal further positions Cox Mobility in the fleet maintenance sector and expands its servicing of light, medium, and heavy-duty trucks and trailers.
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