The keys to maximizing uptime via aftermarket parts and service

The keys to maximizing truck uptime via aftermarket parts and service

For every second that ticks by when a truck is off the road, dollars are ticking down from a fleet’s bottom line. When the wheels are turning you aren’t only turning a profit – you’re building customer trust, too.

In today’s transportation environment, suppliers and service providers help fleets increase uptime via enterprise-level thinking. These companies knowing their fleet customers and the trucks they’re driving inside and out, and it doesn’t hurt to have a nationwide network of locations always standing by.

On today’s inaugural episode of Fleet Uptime, we tap into all the industry knowledge we can get from Cory Anderson, the general manager and vice president of service at FleetPride, to better understand what it takes to keep customers’ trucks moving, and we grab a few tips on how fleets can maximize uptime and profitability along the way.

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