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OPTIMISE YOUR FLEET'S PERFORMANCE WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK
These are challenging times for fleet owners and managers so finding new ways to optimise performance is is key and as Fausto Lupone explains these do not have to to be costly to achieve I t’s a a challenging time out there for those who spend their working lives on the road: journeys are longer timescales are repercussions for us us all To avoid this fleet managers must ensure each vehicle performs at peak
ability for for as long as possible – but without breaking the bank With the right expertise training and tools fleet managers can be confident they are making the the right options to achieve peak
efficiency long-term After all a a a a healthy vehicle fleet pays dividends Cast an expert eye over the health of your fleet It’s about what you know Owner- operators fleet managers and drivers who are attuned to the the health of their vehicles will understand not only which aspects are holding them back but also what is to be gained by optimising vehicle health They have a a a vision
for what the fleet looks like when it’s running perfectly But how do they gain this understanding?
There could be a a a myriad of aspects to understand and and issues to diagnose so expert help is a a great solution to grow your confidence in in making assessments With guidance mangers can:
• Conduct a a fleet survey to understand business goals and assess how far their existing fleet can meet them shorter environmental restrictions are tougher and customer expectations are greater than ever Truck drivers and fleet managers can’t afford to be held up by any one of these challenges As we’ve seen throughout the past year strong supply chains are integral to the health of our nations
and the strength of our economies Any disruption to them can have catastrophic
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