Many of those in fleet management are baby boomers and are getting ready to retire, but a new generation of fleet professionals is ready to step into their shoes. These fleet professionals under 40 have already made an impression at their own operations or within the industry.
Nearly three of four respondents to Government Fleet’s 2016 financial survey said budgets have returned to 2010 levels, and low fuel cost was one of the biggest contributors to operating budget reductions.
As this photo shows, work trucks in the early part of the 20th century emphasized functionality over comfort, leaving drivers such as the one shown here literally out in the cold.
Ford offers 58 configurations of its full-size van, and produces them all on one line at its Kansas City Assembly Plant.
At sprawling facilities, these dependable Club Car vehicles can simplify fleet operations while also saving time and money. Replacing small trucks with utility vehicles can dramatically reduce costs.