Most companies have a deep understanding of the risks that are closely associated with their major lines of business, and have processes in place to mitigate those risks.
Over the last three decades, vehicle manufacturers have steadily become more aggressive when offering special incentives as an inducement for commercial fleets to use their products.
Within the U.S., accidents cost hundreds of billions of dollars each year. The average company sees at least 1 in 5 fleet vehicles involved in an accident every year, and vehicle accidents are the leading cause of work-related deaths today.
As we continue to rebound from the global economic recession, the North
American resale market has been one of the most remarkable bright spots from a fleet perspective.
Finding the right supplier for complex service contracts can be a tricky process.
In today’s challenging business landscape, companies often find themselves striving to shrink expenses as much as possible while still maintaining their corporate image and delivering maximum value to customers and
Corporate executives know the value of a company’s vehicle fleet.
While implementing a MWBE/supplier diversity policy can be rewarding in a number of ways, there are certain challenges that can make it difficult to meet corporate diversity spend goals or requirements.