The guide explains how businesses can optimize commercial vehicle maintenance by turning to qualified outside maintenance providers to deliver on-site service. With third-party on-site maintenance, customers can reap the benefits of a cost-efficient, in-house maintenance program while turning the risks (e.g., updating software and tooling or hiring and training skilled technicians) over to a strategic partner.
Penske offers a program of contract maintenance services that can help vehicle maintenance facilities:
Predict operating costs
Increase labor productivity
Optimize vehicle uptime and lifecycle
Achieve environmental goals
Outsource financial and compliance risk
“To help businesses navigate these obstacles, this complimentary eBook provides the tools needed to evaluate how an on-site maintenance partner like Penske can effectively manage your fleet life-cycle needs, maintenance requirements and many other aspects of your transportation operation so you can focus on your core business,” Jim Lager, executive vice president of sales and rental at Penske Truck Leasing, said.
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