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Products & Services Business Operations Facilities Services Metrics

Benchmarking Approaches to Vehicle Fleet Management

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ID: 4565


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Metrics, Graphics, Summary Matrix


Published: Pre-2014


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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Based on a survey of 40 organizations, this 12-slide presentation identifies how companies manage take-home vehicles for employees. About half of the surveyed organizations are in the utilities industry. Key topics include: vehicle deployment rates, car eligibility criteria and leasing versus owning cars. Companies can use this information to refine their own approaches to fleet management.

The study found that 54% of surveyed organizations have all eligible employees currently using take-home cars. Surveyed organizations rank responding to emergencies and ensuring continuity of service as top criteria in determining take-home vehicle eligibility. In addition, 56% of surveyed organizations lease take-home vehicles.

This information was collected from Best Practices, LLC Internet Benchmarking Exchange service.

Industries Profiled:
Utilities; Manufacturing; Energy; Telecommunications; Retail; Financial Services; Banking; Consumer Products; Service; Health Care; Insurance; Chemical; Biotech; Biopharmaceutical


Companies Profiled:
Aecon Civil & Utilities Group; NiSource; Inc.; British American Tobacco; Philadelphia Gas Works; AEP; Santee Cooper; Allegheny Energy; Sumitomo Electric Lightwave; Appleseeds; UGI Utilities; United Illuminating; Bank of America; Cadbury Schweppes; CARE Somalia; Connect Utilities; Duke Power; Duquesne Light Co; First Energy; Georgia Power Co; Idaho Power Co; International Health Services Argentina SA; Nationwide Insurance; PPL Global; PSEG; PSNC Energy; Public Service Co. of New Mexico; Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD); SBC Communications; Stepan; Tata Power Company Limited; Terasen Gas; Inc; Water and Sewerage Authority

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