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Our weblog is really a kind of online journal written by various experts we’ve invited to participate. They offer their opinions and comments on issues related to fleet management. You also have the opportunity to respond or ask questions. So go ahead and join the conversation.

Just a note: The opinions of the writers don’t necessarily reflect the position of PHH Arval on these subjects.

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Fleet strategy: Should you convert from floating to fixed rates?

July 07, 2014

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marcinMBy Marcin Michno, Project Manager, PHH Arval Strategic Consulting

Financing is always an important part of your fleet strategy. Interest rates have been low over the past few years and have stayed low for so long that experts monitoring the state of the economy are predicting an increase in interest rates over the next few years. This has caused finance departments to wonder if they should convert their assets to fixed interest rates in order to mitigate the risk of potential increases.

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The power of fleet telematics

June 27, 2014

brucehoranBy Bruce Horan, Director of Telematics, PHH Arval

I recently served as a guest editor for My Purchasing Center, a website for purchasing and procurement management professionals. My article was entitled: “Improve Your Fleet, Improve Your Business: The Power of Telematics.” You can read it here.

When PHH introduced the first telematics-powered service in 2005 – ten years ago! – very few fleet managers knew what this technology was all about or how it could apply to their operations. The fleet telematics adoption curve got off to something of a slow start, requiring a lot of education on the technology’s benefits, sorting out of industry providers and evolution of capabilities.

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PHH hosts Fleet Management Symposium in Ontario

June 20, 2014

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pat_150x200By Pat Furguiele, SVP and General Manager, PHH Canada

Last week we hosted the first of our annual Fleet Management Symposiums in Canada, this one in Milton just outside Toronto. It was a day of great conversation and learnings. The event allowed our clients, our suppliers and the PHH team to be at the same table.

Customer Experience is the centre of our business, and our technology presentation showcased our innovations in this area with PHH Xplore and Clarus. At our exhibition, fleet leaders enjoyed one-on-one discussions with the PHH Strategic Consulting team to talk about PHH Xplore, walking away with a better understanding of how they can now mine their data in real-time.

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Driver safety and your fleet management strategy: Part 3

June 17, 2014

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tonyvBy Tony Vinciguerra, General Manager, Center for Transportation Safety

I’ve been talking about driver safety recently – see here and here. In this final of my three-part series, I’ve put together a list of the Top 7 actions you can take to increase driver safety and enhance the success of your fleet management program:

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Driver safety and your fleet management strategy: Part 2

June 13, 2014

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tonyvBy Tony Vinciguerra, General Manager, Center for Transportation Safety

Last week I talked about how dangerous fleet driving is as an occupation. Driver safety a fleet management challenge that is a top priority for most fleet managers. Now let’s talk about: Who is responsible for fleet risk and safety?

The short answer is: Everyone!

We all have a hand in ensuring our employees are as safe as possible while they are driving and conducting business:

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Material Handling Equipment: Forklift Safety Awareness

June 10, 2014

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jimpaterson_90x120By Jim Paterson Director, Commercial Division, Center for Transportation Safety

Today, June 10, is National Forklift Safety Day as established by the Industrial Truck Association and its member companies. Hundreds of workers are killed and tens of thousands injured each year due to forklift accidents. Improper training for workers, unsupervised work areas and/or poor inspection and maintenance of forklifts are the main concerns for worker safety.

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Driver safety and your fleet management strategy: Part 1

June 06, 2014

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tonyvBy Tony Vinciguerra, General Manager, Center for Transportation Safety

According to the National Safety Council, June is National Safety Month, a time to bring attention to key safety issues. With “Risk and Safety” being high priority concerns for most fleet managers, now’s the perfect time to discuss how safety affects fleet management strategy. It was my pleasure to talk about the subject recently at a NAFA chapter meeting in Pittsburgh. Here begins a series of three blogs on the points I covered:

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Fleet managers: Recommendations for executive vehicles

June 03, 2014

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Bob_Sandler_HiRes_100wBy Bob Sandler, Senior Vice President, Customer Experience and Enterprise Consulting, PHH Arval

Now’s the time of year when you’re planning your vehicle selector for MY 2015. One area of focus for many fleet managers is executive vehicles.

For many companies, an executive level, company-provided vehicle is a symbol of status and position within the organization. It is also considered by many to be an incentive to reward, attract and keep the best leadership talent. Approaches to managing executive vehicles can vary from allowing executives to select any vehicle within a certain budget, to significantly limiting their choices by offering fewer preapproved higher-end models, or providing an allowance program that leaves the choice with the executive.

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