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Analysis of Three Cost Containment Strategies

A cost-deferral strategy simply defers or moves expenditures to future fiscal years. Cost-saving measures seek to lower current spending levels. Cost-avoidance initiatives are actions that eliminate incurring a cost in the future.

Short-Term vs. Long-Term Cost Reductions

Corporate procurement staff are often driven by short-term, immediate cost reductions. However, a longer perspective to soft cost savings is critical because fixating on short-term results will hurt a company in the long run.

Market Forces Exerting Pressure on Fleet Business Model

As inflation continues to rise and gas prices skyrocket, the pricing pressures on fleet costs seems to never cease. So, what can we do to strike a balance? Check out these insights in this State of the Fleet Industry video.

Increasing Fleet Expenses are Straining Corporate Budgets

Despite continued supply chain issues, fleets are tasked with replacing vehicles. In this State of the Fleet Industry video, Mike Antich explores current inventory and ordering challenges, gas prices, fleet maintenance costs and controlling a budget.

Asset & Driver Strategies to Reduce Fuel Spend

In addition to selecting fuel-efficient assets, another way to control fuel spend is to modify driving behavior, a key variability in fuel economy. The difference between the most and least efficient drivers is a 30% difference in fuel consumption.

How to Calculate Technician-to-Vehicle Ratios

To properly maintain and manage a public sector fleet operation, determining the necessary ratio of technicians to vehicles is key to keeping vehicles on the road and operations running smoothly.

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