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Category: Fleet Management

How to Get More Done for Less With a GPS Fleet Tracking System

Also listed in: Transportation

Controlling labor costs doesn’t have to lead to diminished service quality. In fact, with a vehicle tracking solution like Networkfleet®, you can control labor costs and improve service quality at the same time by managing your entire fleet more efficiently and effectively. Combining the data from Networkfleet with a disciplined approach that rewards drivers for efficient driving habits can enable your fleet to drive fewer miles, reduce overtime and other labor expenses, and get more jobs done in less time. To learn more about a vehicle tracking solution can help bring your labor costs under control, download this free whitepaper today.

Five Warning Signs of an Inefficient Fleet — and How to Avoid Them

Also listed in: Logistics IT, Transportation

A fleet operation is inefficient whenever vehicle capacity goes unused, when vehicles put on more miles than necessary and when drivers sit at the wheel instead of serving customer needs because of poor scheduling and inefficient routes. If you know what to look for, there are five warning signs of fleet inefficiency that can also point to cost savings and productivity opportunities.

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January 2017 Cover

Full Digital Issue

January 2017

(336 pages • 86.4 MB PDF)

Sponsor Spotlight Cover

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Sponsor Spotlight

(37 pages • 9.9 MB PDF)

2017 Logistics Planner Cover

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2017 Logistics Planner

(144 pages • 43 MB PDF)

Top 100 3PL Providers Cover

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Top 100 3PL Providers

(13 pages • 1.9 MB PDF)