Wiedmeyer of Fleet Advantage Earns Certified Transportation Professional Accreditation
JUN 16, 2021 - 6:29 am
Matt Wiedmeyer, director of fleet services at Fleet Advantage, achieved his 2021 National Private Truck Council Certified Transportation Professional (CTP) recognition. The NPTC presented the accreditation to Wiedmeyer and Fleet Advantage at its annual conference and exhibition in Cincinnati.
Wiedmeyer has 13 years of logistics and maintenance experience, including working in third-party transportation and maintenance. Wiedmeyer also has experience in creating and managing multi-million-dollar budgets and specializes in developing maintenance programs that help clients meet their cost-per-mile objectives while maintaining overall budgets toward lowering their total cost of ownership. He currently works with customers to help develop practices suited for their maintenance programs and individual locations utilizing analytics resources such as ATLAAS (Advanced Truck Lifecycle Administrative Analytics Software). Wiedmeyer also holds the Certified Vehicle Maintenance Reporting Standards (VMRS) Specialist Certification.
“Over the years, we’ve been extremely proud of the number of growing CTP-credentialed professionals we employ at Fleet Advantage, and it’s critically important we have the right staff in place to properly service our clients and their business needs,” Brian Holland, president and CFO of Fleet Advantage, said. “Congratulations to the hard work Matt has put in to achieve this special accreditation.”
CTP-accredited professionals excel at establishing and managing financial goals, capital investment programs, budgets and operating plans for transportation companies. CTP accreditation also equips professionals with the highest level of industry understanding of total cost of ownership, including utility truck specification, operations, maintenance, safety and human resources.
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