Timeliness is crucial in the transport business, especially in icy and snowy conditions. Discover more about the solution of automatic snow chains in North America in this blog post by an Onspot sales team member.
: Fleet Managers
When you have completed your thorough research on ensuring the safe and timely arrival of your fleet of vehicles, it's time to move on to the next stage. Get more info here.
Fleet up-time is the backbone of any successful fleet management . When vehicles are consistently available and in optimal working condition, operations run like a well-oiled machine. Read more here.
When operating a fleet of vehicles you need to have drivers that can handle the winter equipment in the right way. That saves costs due to miss-use and it increases the delivery performance . Read more here.
The winter season is here again bringing with it cold temperatures and inclement weather. For many fleet managers and drivers in Europe and around the world winter presents new challenges. Wise managers and drivers implement strategic plans, utilize tools and equipment to be safe and productive during these times.
With summer gone and fall almost at its end, winter weather will be here soon. The luxury of being able to place weather farther down on the list of delays is starting to diminish. With the upcoming cold, snow, freezing rain, and ice, is your fleet of vehicles prepared?
The world of the fleet manager is more complex than ever. Whether you are an owner operator working solo with one truck and trailer or in charge of a large fleet with hundreds of drivers and equipment. The landscape of the logistics world today has changed drastically even in just the past few years.
As a Fleet manager you have to make sure that your company delivers on time, drivers are safe and work according regulations and that you keep costs under control. Read more here.
All fleet operations from fire/rescue, school bus/transit, and commercial although different have the same end goal – to operate in a safe, timely, and efficient manner. The responsibility to ensure this happens falls on the shoulders of the fleet manager. Read more.
As a fleet manager, what’s our biggest objective? Arrive, deliver, or pickup safely and on time. If one of these three objectives are not accomplished, we are often met with disgruntled customers. The frustration tends to impact more than just the drive, customer, and fleet manager. Everyone will likely hear about it. More times than not, its mother natures fault. Maybe the driver ran into a snowstorm and had to chain up his or her tires.