Fleet Management

Delays, idling, and downtime negatively impact driver productivity and can increase operational costs. Fleet managers in the office can be proactive by tracking idle time, driver behavior, and driving patterns. This can also help reduce vehicle emissions and save on fuel costs — which, on average, account for 60% of a company’s total fleet operating budget.

In today’s world, almost every company operates vehicle fleets to perform business requirements, and irrespective of the size of vehicles, these companies need to execute certain fleet operations under the phenomenon of fleet management. Fleet management entails a transition to a more sustainable model which should try to adopt economic, environmental, and social dimensions. While the economic dimension of sustainability brings about a new model called the TCM, the environmental dimension constructs a road map to greener fleets and delivers quick wins that companies can easily implement in their agendas. The social dimension concerns the well-being of people and society which seeks to find a balance between their needs and the requirements of fleet management.

MDM Fleet Management is a solution for all companies. We provide a modern all-in-one solution over the mobile phone.

Our unique innovations will provide you following:

1. Increased profitability

When your fleet runs like a well-oiled machine, your expenses drop and profitability rises.

As your bottom line improves, you can further invest in expanding your business by acquiring new commercial vehicles, hiring new drivers, or perhaps increasing your service offerings.

2. Improved service delivery

A well-managed fleet helps your company deliver orders and services on time, making your customers happy and satisfied.

When your customers have a positive experience, you win their confidence and trust in your services — both of which encourage repeat orders and foster customer loyalty.

3. Increased efficiency

With excellent fleet management, you can extend a vehicle’s life span, improve fuel efficiency, and even reduce your organization’s carbon footprint — to say nothing of reducing costs and generating more profit.

4. Facilitate compliance

Fleet management helps you organize the required documentation to maintain compliance and avoid regulatory fines.

Thoughtfully crafted fleet management policies include documenting the essential information that managers and drivers need to be compliant.

5. Enhanced safety

All fleet vehicles require routine inspections to stay in optimum condition. A regular maintenance schedule allows you to detect issues early and reduce the likelihood of a breakdown.

Additionally, when fleet managers have the tools they need to focus on safety, it becomes easier to ensure drivers don’t exceed their scheduled driving hours. This reduces the likelihood of drowsy driving, which studies show can lead to accidents and, in the worst case, fatalities.


6. Take care of the environment:

According to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, fleets have four core principles to follow for sustainable fleet management and vehicle fleet sustainability. These are right-sizing fleets, minimizing miles traveled, increasing fuel efficiency, and using alternative fuels. These best practices help align your business with the growing awareness of issues such as climate change, better air quality, and lower emissions, and prepare for changing sustainability regulations from bodies such as those mandated by the Energy Independence and Security Act.

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