The benefits are twofold 

As fleet managers look for ways to minimize their fleet’s impact on the environment, many companies are starting to realize there are additional benefits to maintaining a sustainable fleet. By reducing fuel costs, optimizing routes, maintaining more efficient vehicles, and focusing on safer driver behavior, not only are fleets becoming more sustainable, but they are also increasing productivity and profitability.  

Finding the right technology  

While there is no one approach to building a sustainable fleet, there are a variety of areas fleet managers can assess and focus on to lower their impact on the environment. It all starts with turning data into action. Using a combination of vehicle telematics and fleet engine calibration fleet managers can first gain a holistic view of how their entire fleet operates then customize their vehicles to make them work in the most effective way possible. 

The transportation industry has the most to gain

The transportation industry is one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. With light-duty vehicles producing 60% of GHG emissions and medium-and heavy-duty trucks producing 23% of GHG emissions, there is a significant opportunity for fleet managers to make drastic environmental change. If you are ready to make effective strides in transitioning to a green fleet and a more profitable company, download our white paper to find out how to get started.  

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