Driver recruitment and retention are proving to be major problems for the trucking industry.
The truck driver shortage is worse than ever. While there isn’t a single root cause, a combination of factors is causing truck drivers and fleet owners alike, to look within the industry to make a change.
Truck driver turnover is at an all-time high. At the end of 2018, turnover rates for large truckload carriers was a staggering 87% and for smaller carriers it was 72%. This leaves fleet owners and trucking companies trapped in constant recruitment mode.
This eBook empowers fleet owners with effective strategies to improve recruitment and retention within their fleets.
Download your free eBook to discover:
Effective ways to offer benefits, incentives and competitive pay
Strategies to increase truck driver safety with technology
How to attract two of the largest groups in the US labor force
A global mobility revolution has already begun and is accelerating rapidly, opening up major opportunities and challenges for players across the mobility ecosystem.
Read this report to discover:
• the likely winners and losers in the mobility revolution
• how the way people and goods are moved will change dramatically
• how the mobility revolution will impact eight traditional sectors
• what alliances organisations must build to win in this brave new world.
The view ahead for the aerospace and defense industry shows us growth and change. Air traffic has been following a pattern of steady increase that calls for larger aircraft fleets. At the same time, OEMs and suppliers are under mounting pressure to simplify processes, reduce costs and move products to market more quickly – while remaining in compliance with changing environmental regulations.
Download this white paper to find out how the unique capabilities of DELMIA make it possible to manage change along the value stream, from engineering design to shop-floor work instructions.
Businesses worldwide are being pushed to enhance customer service while streamlining costs and processes. This means looking to solution providers to help reduce the operating costs of vehicle fleets.
Discover how HERE Technologies is using location services to boost efficiency, safety, and customer satisfaction. This e-book is for everyone who is developing innovative fleet solutions?that overcome management challenges and help customers gain a competitive advantage
The government has made it clear that it sees electric vehicles as the main way of reducing carbon emissions from road transport and improving air quality.
The Road to Zero strategy states that the UK government wants 'one of the best electric vehicle infrastructure networks in the world' and unveiled targets for at least fifty per cent of new car sales to be ultra low emission by 2030, and forty per cent of new vans.
See how E.ON can help your business get ahead of the game by downloading this whitepaper today!
When implementing an enterprise fleet management and telematics solution, enterprise fleets, large and
small, see significant value, cost-savings, and operational excellence that result in maximized profits
across your organization's bottom line.
This guide will assist you in learning about the wide range of benefits from a dynamic enterprise fleet
management and telematics software and the latest features empowering fleets to make data-driven
decisions that improve safety, efficiency, and productivity to drive long-term quantifiable success.
In a world where traditional tethers to the central office have all but vanished, enterprises that operate vehicle fleets require constant and dependable mobile Internet connectivity to keep up. Businesses, organizations, and public agencies with vehicle fleets find productivity gains and improved fleet management by deploying dependable mobile connectivity in vehicles. Additionally, travelers and mass transit commuters now expect constant connectivity, and not just through their mobile phones.
Shell Lubricants technical experts suggested that the company implement a field trial to compare the fuel economy benefits of Shell Rimula R4 L 15W-40 to Shell Rimula R5 LE 10W-30. Six Volvo trucks running more or less the same duties were selected for the trial, which took place over a period of six months. Three trucks started with Shell Rimula R4 L 15W-40, the other three with Shell Rimula R5 LE 10W-30. After 3 months, this was switched to prevent any possible truck-specific deficiencies. Throughout the trial, fuel consumption was closely monitored by Volvo Fleet management on-board computers.
This white paper describes the ability of IBM Maximo Asset Management solutions to efficiently and effectively manage processes and costs across the life cycle of an organization's vehicular fleet by standardizing processes, managing complexity, and aligning resources with demands.Dynamic transportation fleets require integrated asset management
Published By: InsideUpbg
Published Date: May 21, 2015
I. What Exactly is a Vehicle Tracker
II. Does My Business Need a GPS Tracking System?
III. Saving Money
IV. Compelling Reasons to Consider GPS Fleet Tracking (Infographic)
V.10 Impotant Features of GPS Fleet Maintenance Software
VI. Important Trends In GPS Tracking
Not so long ago, the office was the only place you could work. But when smartphones and tablets came along, the only thing holding us back from getting work done anywhere, any time was having access to our data. That led to the creation of a whole new class of solutions designed to keep files current across our rapidly proliferating fleets of devices — through a technology known as ‘sync.’ All of a sudden, getting a file from your work laptop to your iPad became as simple as clicking “Save.” So it’s no surprise that 55% of information workers in North America and Europe who use a tablet at work are using file sync and share tools.
In 2001, the international research group, Gartner released a briefing paper titled 'Rightsizing Output Fleets – The Hidden Gold Mine'. This research paper identified total print costs to be as much as 1-3% of an organization's revenue, a figure far higher than anyone had previously suggested. Gartner argued that print costs are so high they offer a 'goldmine' for any procurement or IT manager looking for savings.
This white paper gets advice from phone system managers who were in the forefront of remedying phone system disasters. Topics like buying incompatible hardware, brands with bad customer service, or companies with bad SIP service are covered.