There’s a perfect storm that’s bearing down on the fleet industry, and one of the biggest threats is an incredible loss of industry knowledge as more and more baby boomers retire.
When confronted with a complex business challenge, how does your team proceed? It can be approached with flexibility, creativity, sharing ideas, strengthening relationships, and taking action.
But how does that happen? Trying to find new ways of talking and listening is just one way on the road to success.
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By Mark Boada, Executive Editor
The news is awash with calamitous headlines about the Trump tariffs, not least of which proclaim potentially significant job losses for U.S. autoworkers and price increases on both domestically made vehicles and imports.
But I look at the headlines in view of a long-standing observation that people, in general, overreact to news, both the good and the bad, and particularly to the bad.
Now, I’m not here to say that Trump’s proposed tariff of up to 25 percent on imported cars wouldn’t result in a crushing increase in the cost for the typical buyers of a Mercedes Benz, Toyota or even a sub-compact Hyundai.
Transportation Services Co. has formed a partnership with Mercury Associates, Inc., the largest dedicated fleet management consultancy in North America that provides independent, technical assistance and advice to public and private organizations by leveraging technology, real-time fleet operating data, and analytics to identify opportunities to reduce fleet costs and improve fleet performance.
“As Transportation Services Co. expands its comprehensive suite of fleet management services to its rapidly growing customer base, we look forward to collaborating with them to enhance their efforts,” stated Paul Lauria, President of Mercury.
The NAFA Foundation is working with Lukas Neckermann on a mobility project. It will include an educational curriculum, and it will focus on what mobility means to fleet management.