Fleet Managers’ Solutions to Today’s Industry Challenges – Video Series Part 3

August 01, 2012

TORRANCE, CA - This is the third part of our video series where fleet management professionals attending the 2012 Government Fleet Expo and Conference in Denver offered their solutions to challenges in the fleet industry. 

If you missed part one, you can view it here.

You can view part two here.

One of the sessions at the event involved fleet managers gathering into groups to solve specific industry challenges and then presenting solutions to that challenge to the audience attending the session. Each table’s group nominated someone to present their solution. Government Fleet magazine staff took a number of individuals nominated to present solutions aside after the session and recorded them on video.

In the first video shown below, Craig Croner, Administrative Services Manager for the City of Boise, Idaho, discussed what's involved with selecting a new police vehicle.

In the next video, Aaron Alvarado, fleet manager for the City of Tempe, Ariz., discussed the challenges associated with losing the experience that long-time employees have as they retire

By Greg Basich

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