Utilimarc announces the release and performance of its Rightsizing Solution designed to help clients reduce vehicle and equipment expenses.
This is a decision that many (if not all) fleet managers have to face at some point. It may seem like a good option, given the low mileage, but holding on to a vehicle with low LTD miles may end up being more expensive than initially expected.
Many fleet managers are utilizing idle reduction tools not only to decrease fuel consumption and emissions, but as a strategy to reduce fleet costs. With budget-cuts happening all around, opportunities for scaling back unnecessary spend are top-of-mind for every fleet manager today. Luckily, idle reduction efforts are a successful approach to this challenge.
Municipalities in North America are increasingly focusing on green initiatives and sustainability for a variety of reasons. While many cities […]
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.
For fleet managers, reducing GHGs starts with an accurate understanding of how much their fleet emits in the first place. This is where GHG reporting comes in. Utilimarc’s GHG analytics takes data from different sources to help fleets measure and report their emissions. This could be at a higher level or down to the details of which vehicles, classes, and fuel types are contributing the most.
Fortunately for fleet managers today, BI is an easy-to-implement tool that converts data sources into new opportunities. Using these key insights, managers can cut out ineffective guesswork and instead, strategize with informed, data-backed decisions. In this article, we explore the top five reasons why every fleet striving for total optimization should be using Business Intelligence for their data analysis needs.
Many fleets today have their own reasons for needing accurate GHG reporting. It could be to monitor the implementation of EVs or alternative fuels, or simply to understand which vehicles are contributing most to their overall emissions. Regardless of the reason, there are several ways a fleet could benefit.