defines 'fleet creep' as both the size and quantity of vehicles within a fleet slowly growing over time. 'Fleet creep' is not just costly but also hindering to sustainability initiatives. The larger size of vehicles and larger number of vehicles within a fleet increase overall emissions and subsequently a company's carbon footprint.
Rightsizing a fleet can be achieved by determining exactly how many vehicles are needed for maximum efficiency and the size of those vehicles. Managing fleet size is the best way to reduce vehicle and fuel costs.
- The Durashell by Fleetwest Transferable Truck Bodies provides a solution for rightsizing fleets. Durashell service bodies are made of a lightweight fiberglass composite that weighs less than comparable steel service bodies. A lighter work truck will decrease fuel costs and emissions. The Durashell is rugged and will outlast multiple pickup trucks, furthering savings.
- Another way Durashell service bodies help achieve the right fleet size is through transferability. The Durashell is completely transferable on and off a pickup truck in minutes with no-holes-drilled installation. It can be moved from one pickup truck to another fully loaded for convenience and efficiency. Less pickup trucks are needed within a fleet when you have a transferable service body and downtime is reduced if a vehicle is out for repairs.
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