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N.Y. City Considers Outsourcing Ambulance Service

The City of Lockport has begun discussions about outsourcing the service, following a court battle with the local firefighter union, after the city attempted to reduce staffing on each shift from nine to seven firefighters.

Accounting for VEU Variations

Determining vehicle equivalency units (VEUs) allows fleets to decide appropriate staffing levels and budgets. However, for comparison purposes, fleet managers should know how VEUs differ across organizations.

Belding Named 2011 Fleet Manager of the Year

Automotive Fleet congratulates the winner of its 2011 Professional Fleet Manager of the Year Award, Theresa Belding of Forest Pharmaceuticals. She was recognized for optimizing vehicle replacement cycles, reducing vehicle offerings, managing daily rental spend, and decreasing fuel consumption.

How to Calculate Technician-to-Vehicle Ratios

To properly maintain and manage a public sector fleet operation, determining the necessary ratio of technicians to vehicles is key to keeping vehicles on the road and operations running smoothly.

Dallas Provides Update on Fleet Improvements, Completes Audit

DALLAS - The Dallas City Council was given a Fleet Operations update during its meeting Jan 5. The briefing addressed how Fleet Services operates and included information fleet purchase, utilization, and inventory control. In addition, it listed fleet audit findings.

City of Troy Adds 2 Insourcing Contracts

TROY, MI - The council for the City of Troy unanimously approved on Dec. 13 two insourcing contracts for fleet maintenance. The City of Troy Fleet Division began maintenance on an as-needed basis for the neighboring cities of Oak Park and Rochester.