We took data from over 50 of our utility and municipal fleet benchmarking clients and their active Digger Derricks from 2017 to 20211. The sample included nearly 12,000 vehicles weighing less than or equal to 55,000 GVWR. The data used represents the patterns we have seen from the industry average of the selected sample.
This is a time for implementing and communicating new standards, and an opportunity to create some lasting changes. Perhaps you could consider right-sizing your fleet so that you can have spare vehicles as customers require while identifying and disposing of under-utilized equipment.
Electric vehicle implementation is a strategic move that could mean different things for each company. As we have seen, each fleet has very different plans and reasons for implementing EVs. Read on to learn more.
We’re breaking down sustainability from a new angle – focusing on what exactly makes this new technology sustainable, and whether or not the hunt for materials used to create batteries is as sustainable as you might think.
Leasing fleets assets rather than a large purchase can be beneficial to fleets for a variety of reasons. For some, it may be that more real-world data is required before they fully take the plunge and spend a large portion of their operating budget on upgraded assets.
Mailing and shipping entities are always on the move – trying their best to ensure on-time deliveries across many miles in every country. Lately, the city fleets of entities like Amazon, UPS and FEDEX have been turning to electric delivery vans. But what’s driving the change?
This week on the Fleet FYIs Podcast I’m joined again by the Executive Vice President of Operations for Quanta Services, INC., Dave Meisel, and this week, we’re taking a look at what we can look forward to in fleet this year.
With the aim of reducing their direct and lifecycle emission output, they have pledged that all of their vehicle offerings are set to be tailpipe emissions-free by 2035, and the company will be completely carbon-neutral by 2040.