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The Cumberland County Improvement Authority in New Jersey started a program to share fleet maintenance services with other government entities, leading to reduced costs for each participating entity.

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15 Bright Ideas to Improve Your Fleet

One benefit of the fleet community is the ability to learn from each other’s good (and bad) experiences. Fleet managers share the initiatives that have found them success, and offer guidance on the challenges they faced along the way.

N.J. Communities Save with Shared Maintenance

Shared fleet maintenance has become more widespread in New Jersey in the last several years, as the Cumberland County Improvement Authority (CCIA) Fleet Maintenance Services has grown to service eight public agencies.

Should You Be Doing Warranty Repairs?

Fleets with warranty repair programs say they can reduce downtime, provide better customer service, and improve operational efficiency. Others say it’s not a good fit for their fleets. Where does your fleet fall?

N.J. County Insources Fleet Maintenance

Bergen County (N.J.) has added another customer to its insourced fleet operations. Officials approved a shared services contract with the Bergen County Board of Social Services.

N.C. City to Maintain County Fire Fleet at Five Stations

The City of Wilmington, N.C., is considering providing fleet maintenance services to New Hanover County at five of the county’s fire stations. The contract would be for six months at an estimated cost of $25,000, which would be reimbursed.

Utah County Opens $9.4M Fleet Facility

Salt Lake County in Utah has opened a new $9.4 million, 22-bay heavy-duty fleet maintenance shop. The shop has 31-foot ceilings, natural lighting, and energy-efficient features.