And it’s a wrap! Last week, Wheels Donlen hosted our 10th annual Results+ Fleet Performance Summit. It was our most successful year yet, gathering more than 180 fleet professionals representing over 100 organizations to showcase fleet management success stories, network and share best practices with peers.
“It was truly inspiring to see all these companies come together; to hear how through commitment, hard work, and partnership, we’ve been able to overcome the unique challenges the fleet management industry has faced the last few years,” noted Suresh Rajapakse vice president of client management. “I find it incredible to hear how our clients have worked to overcome these challenges, while staying focused on their company’s goals and initiatives.”
During the Summit, Wheels Donlen honored 18 clients who have adopted new strategies and executed creative solutions to move their business forward. The Results+ Summit award winners were nominated in the following Optimal Fleet Performance categories: Operational Efficiency, Environmental Social Governance (ESG), Risk Mitigation, Cost Optimization, Driver Satisfaction, Revenue Generation, and Compliance.
To bring additional insight to their successes, several clients took the stage to share and answer questions about the strategies that contributed to their strong fleet performance. This year’s featured discussions included Risk Mitigation with Joe Rader and Vic Stewart of Fisher Auto Parts; Operational Efficiency with Mike Camnetar of General Mills; an ESG panel that showcased the work of Kyle Renwick of Legrand, Amy Banks of Marel, Sharon Etherington of Roche; and a Best Practices panel joined by Scott Sandquist of Albertsons, Mike Tope of Colonial Pipeline, Chris Stigers of LKQ and Jackie D’ Souza of Wilbur-Ellis.
“The energy you feel from attending the Results+ Summit is palpable,” noted Laura Jozwiak senior vice president of sales and client relations. “It is a true demonstration of the promise we make to our clients: we are focused on and committed to their success.”