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Q. How do I start formulating an emergency plan?

A. Regardless of a fleet’s unique situation, managers should have plans and policies in place ahead of time. Step one is a regional risk assessment. Historic climate data as well as updated Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) maps show areas prone to flooding and those at greatest risk of major weather-related events. When evaluating how operations may be impacted and which fleets will need to be relocated, it is not only critical to look at the business’s physical locations, but also the routes in and out, particularly evacuation corridors because timing is critical.

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Answered by : Tom Coffey

Vice President

With over 30 years of experience Tom is an expert in both the fleet and equipment leasing industry. As a member of senior leadership he provides not only vision for the company, but also helps delivers best-in-class results across all operating areas. Tom is also instrumental in helping to elevate and advance the Merchant Fleet Management brand.

With over 30 years of experience Tom is an expert in both the fleet and equipment leasing industry. As a member of senior leadership he provides not only vision for the company, but also helps delivers best-in-class results across all operating areas. Tom is also instrumental in helping to elevate and advance the Merchant Fleet Management brand.

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Q. How do I start the RFP process?

A. The key to a productive RFP is clarity. Before you start to lay out your RFP, take some time yourself or with your team to lay out the specific challenges you are looking to solve and to...

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