How to Mitigate Risk With Fleet Management

March 11, 2019 Karli Langner

Managing a fleet of heavy equipment in the construction industry brings the challenges of scheduling the equipment, monitoring usage and managing traffic at the jobsite, to name a few. And all fleet managers know that timing is everything on the jobsite.

Coordinating the timing of truck deliveries at a jobsite when a big concrete pour is scheduled means making sure that the trucks arrive in the right sequence at the right time. A fleet management system integrated with telematics provides instant visibility into truck locations. So, if issues occur, solutions can be found easily, decisions can be made quickly.

For more, check out this article by our very own Ryan Winter on Construction Business Owner's website.

About the Author

Ryan Winter is a 13-year veteran of the building materials industry and currently serves as a global technical sales manager at Command Alkon. Command Alkon provides technology solutions for construction’s heavy work. 

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