Henkels and McCoyHenkels & McCoy uses technology to cut costs and keep its workers safe.

By Chris Kelsch

In 1923, Jack Henkels opened a tree-trimming company in Philadelphia with one truck and a handful of employees. He also had high hopes early on, as the company secured contracts with key customers like Bell Telephone and Philadelphia Suburban Electric Company.

Dakota CountyThe Dakota County Fleet Management Department continues to find ways to improve its operations and save taxpayers money.

By Jim Harris

The Dakota County Fleet Management Department’s ability to maintain hundreds of vehicle and pieces of equipment while keeping costs low for county taxpayers has earned it the recognition of its peers several times since it was formed in 2007.

BlueLinxBlueLinx Corp.’s nationwide presence and fleet investments ensure its retail and other customers receive building materials quickly.

By Jim Harris

BlueLinx Holdings Inc. Senior Fleet Manager Bob Driver is proud of his company’s ability to quickly reach customers, regardless of where they are in the United States.

Hub Group

Many of the largest retailers and manufacturers in the United States look to Hub Group for solutions to their logistics and transportation concerns. With an expanding fleet of more than 24,000 intermodal containers and access to 20,000 trucking companies at its disposal, Hub Group is North America’s largest intermodal marketing company and a leading provider of third-party logistics (3PL) services.

NYPD FleetThe New York Police Department has upgraded its fleet to keep officers safe and added green technology to protect the environment.

By Chris Kelsch

When Robert Martinez talks to vehicle manufacturers, they generally listen. As deputy commissioner of Support Services Bureau and formerly the director of the New York City Police (NYPD) fleet services division, he and members of his staff serve on advisory boards for Ford, GM and Harley Davidson,  offering user feedback and suggestions. “We give advice on how to tweak the vehicles,” Martinez says. “Ultimately, we listen to the end-user and offer advice based on that.”


Postal Fleet ServicesCommitments to service, safety and sustainability have Postal Fleet Services increasing its business with the United States Postal Service.

By Eric Slack

Since 2002, Postal Fleet Services has grown from a fledgling start-up into a $100 million company serving the United States Postal Service (USPS). Providing dedicated surface transportation service for the USPS, Postal Fleet Services operates in 26 states and services 97 processing and distribution centers while also providing transportation service to hundreds of Postal Area Offices.

Nova Scotia PowerNova Scotia Power’s fleet group prioritizes efficiency to reduce vehicle downtime and deliver lower costs for ratepayers.

By Tim O’Connor

At most organizations, fleet management is the first place a department goes when it needs a new truck, work van or piece of mobile equipment. But procurement is only the beginning of the lifecycle for a vehicle. Knowing when it’s time to replace an aging or outdated piece of equipment is equally important.

Milwaukee CountyThe Milwaukee County Department of Transportation’s Fleet Management Division ensures that the county’s vehicle and equipment needs are met.

By Jim Harris

The Milwaukee County Department of Transportation’s Fleet Management Division believes in working hand-in-hand with the end-users of the vehicles and equipment it supplies and maintains.

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