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Small Fleets – Big Challenges

Public Fleets are as diverse as the organizations they serve; small fleets are at once in competition and in partnership with much larger entities for a wide range of resources, such as grant funding and skilled personnel. It’s imperative that smaller fleets learn to navigate the complexities of fleet management from each other as well as the established fleet management paradigm.

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"Making" it Green

When most people think of the word green in relationship to fleet management they think less of the color and more of the environmental concept. It’s hard to put a finger on the exact point in time when the definition of green changed, but change it did, and with that change came a new battle flag for environmental stewardship.

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Get Out In Front

Get Out In Front

Image matters. Of course we can find instances where function over form seems more prudent but over all a lot more folks will see a piece of equipment than will ever actually use it.

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Kind of a Drag

Kind of a Drag

Look among the most important insights a fleet manager must have for success and you will find a keen awareness of the difference between the goals of a customer and that of leaderships. Fleet managers are in a constant state of unsteadiness as they endeavor to walk the tightrope of production and expense.

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The ins-and-outs of Outsourcing

Productivity has been defined as the ratio between opportunity and accomplishment. Most if not all municipal garages suffer from a poor public image, the conventional wisdom is that a private service vendor can outperform the slow wheels of progress in a government facility. In an effort to validate this facility’s competiveness in the market a fully burdened labor rate was established.

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The ins-and-outs of Outsourcing

Productivity has been defined as the ratio between opportunity and accomplishment. Most if not all municipal garages suffer from a poor public image, the conventional wisdom is that a private service vendor can outperform the slow wheels of progress in a government facility. In an effort to validate this facility’s competiveness in the market a fully burdened labor rate was established.

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The ins-and-outs of Outsourcing

The ins-and-outs of Outsourcing

Productivity has been defined as the ratio between opportunity and accomplishment. Most if not all municipal garages suffer from a poor public image, the conventional wisdom is that a private service vendor can outperform the slow wheels of progress in a government facility. In an effort to validate this facility’s competiveness in the market a fully burdened labor rate was established.

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Utilization in a Small Fleet

Utilization in a Small Fleet

Take a look at your Utilization through a set of fresh eyes by simply asking yourself the question; “Is the asset working for you of against you?”

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Same Stick New Carrot

Same Stick New Carrot

It is easy for a fleet manager to identify with the image of a donkey with a carrot dangled in front of him while a rider in his cart beats him with a stick. It is said that this “motivational image” is meant to keep us in a perpetual state of motion.

Fleet FAQ

Fleet FAQ? Fleet Safety & Risk Management

As a 14-year CEI veteran, Brian Kinniry is the driving force behind the company’s...

Senior Director, Strategic Services

Brian Kinniry

Senior Director, Strategic Services

http://www.ceinetwork.com
Associate Vice President, Strategic Partners

Sherry Calkins

Associate Vice President, Strategic Partners

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Senior Vice President and General Manager

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX

Senior Vice President and General Manager

https://www.wexinc.com
Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Enterprise Fleet Management

Dain Giesie

Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Enterprise Fleet Management

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