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Enterprise Fleet Management Reboots Mobile App

Enterprise Fleet Management's new app allows fleet managers and drivers to identify and address issues, such as maintenance needs or opportunities to improve fleet efficiency in real-time.

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Fed Hikes Interest Rates for Second Time in Decade

Policy makers at the Federal Reserve on Wednesday announced an increase in interest rates for the first time this year and only the second time since the depths of the Great Recession and there are expected to be at least some repercussions for trucking.

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Toyota's Carsharing Partnership Could Fit Fleets

Toyota has formed a partnership with carsharing provider Getaround that could eventually find a place in commercial or government fleets that manage a portion of their vehicles as an in-house rental fleet.

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Merchants Fleet Management Creates Opportunities for Workforce

Merchants Fleet Management is accomplishing its goal of building and maintaining a fulfilling and rewarding corporate culture as the company experiences double-digit growth, the fleet management company announced.

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Enterprise Fleet Management Named ‘Most Innovative Company of the Year’

Enterprise Fleet Management is a Gold Stevie Award winner in the category of "Most Innovative Company of the Year – Up to 2,500 Employees" for the 2016 American Business awards.

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Open-End Versus Closed-End Leasing

Choosing a leasing instrument during the procurement process is a vital aspect of fleet management that requires consideration of costs, utilization, and remarketing scenarios.

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Enterprise Fleet Invests $100M in Tech Upgrades

Enterprise Fleet Management has implemented a $100-million technology upgrade that includes greater use of tablets by sales staff and several new web-based fleet management tools.

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City Partially Outsources Fleet Management

The City of Lake Oswego (Ore.) has hired Enterprise Fleet Management to maintain and service part of the city's vehicle fleet and plans to sell off its 24 fleet vehicles and replace them with leased units.

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N.Y. County's Fleet Leasing Plan Reduces Costs

Columbia County's (N.Y.) supervisors approved a contract with Enterprise Fleet Management to shift to a leased vehicle fleet to reduce maintenance costs and reduce capital outlay.

Fleet management staff stand with the 16 Nissan Leafs. Photo courtesy of Cobb County.

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Ga. County Expects to Save $246K with Leased EVs

Cobb County, Ga., has leased 16 Nissan Leaf electric vehicles (EVs), a move that is expected to save the county approximately $246,000 compared to the gas-powered vehicles currently in use in the fleet.

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