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Enterprise Truck Rental Will Open 40 Locations This Year

Enterprise Truck Rental expects to open a total of 40 new locations across the U.S. in fiscal...

From its beginnings in Southern California, Enterprise Truck Rental quickly expanded to 100 locations by 2007. Over the past decade, the business has tripled its number of locations to more than 300 today throughout the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico.

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When is the Right Time to Hire a Fleet Manager?

P&R Paper Supply runs 60 box trucks across five locations, including San Francisco. Jason...

For a small fleet, hiring a full-time fleet manager depends on factors such as fleet size, types of vehicles and equipment, and their distribution. Companies can opt to outsource some fleet responsibilities instead of hiring an in-house professional.

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NYC to Roll Out Congestion Toll in 2021

New York City plans to implement a toll in Manhattan, including 9th Avenue (shown), that would...

New York's elected leaders have approved a state budget that enables new tolls on vehicles entering midtown Manhattan that's designed to reduce traffic and increase vehicle speeds, as well as fund long-needed improvements to New York City's network of subway and train lines.

Fleet Incentives

Determine the actual cost of owning and running a vehicle in your fleet. Compare vehicles by class and model.

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How to Keep Drivers Happy

In 2017, UPS package car driver Tom Camp was honored as the company’s longest tenured safe...

Since fleet drivers spend most of their workdays on the road, they may feel more detached from their companies. Managers can help drivers feel more connected by offering opportunities for them to communicate their opinions, participate in company discussions, and take part in incentive programs.

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Fleet FAQ? Fleet Safety & Risk Management

As a 14-year CEI veteran, Brian Kinniry is the driving force behind the company’s...

Senior Director, Strategic Services

Brian Kinniry

Senior Director, Strategic Services

http://www.ceinetwork.com
Senior Vice President and General Manager

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX

Senior Vice President and General Manager

https://www.wexinc.com
Associate Vice President, Strategic Partners

Sherry Calkins

Associate Vice President, Strategic Partners

https://www.geotab.com/
Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Enterprise Fleet Management

Dain Giesie

Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Enterprise Fleet Management

https://www.efleets.com/en.html?mcid=faq:37241617

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How Technology Streamlines Procurement

Being able to parse through specific types of data is key for fleets looking to efficiently...

The fleet procurement process, like most other aspects of fleet, is heavily dependent on the capabilities of modern-day technology. Online-based procurement systems help fleet and procurement professionals understand more about their operations so they can make impactful decisions.

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What's in a Cannavan?

What’s in a Cannavan? Quality Coachworks’ cannabis delivery vehicle is designed to comply with...

With 12 variations of van conversions containing more than 50 modifications, the “Cannavans” come with touchpad climate controls, insulated floors and walls, reinforced doors and roofs, welded side doors, and door hinge covers — an extra protection against break-ins.

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Hauling Cannabis and Cash: New Fleets Serve Exploding Industry

Hardcar deposits millions of dollars into the Federal Reserve for the largest growers and...

With recent cannabis legalization, new commercial fleets are springing up to transport pounds of marijuana and hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash. Navigating wildfire growth, ever-changing regulations, and federal illegality, it’s a fast learning curve for these new cannabis entrepreneurs — the legal ones, anyway.

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Using Autonomous Vehicles for Grocery Delivery

AutoX self-driving vehicles have built-in shelves with customers’ orders and also commonly...

With a focus on providing last-mile logistics, autonomous vehicle startups like California-based AutoX and Udelv are deploying small fleets of self-driving vans and sedans to make the case for autonomous delivery.