Fullbay launches fourth annual State of Heavy-Duty Repair survey

Fullbay launches fourth annual State of Heavy-Duty Repair survey

The final report will be available for free download in early 2024.

Fullbay has launched its annual survey that will help formulate the company’s fourth State of Heavy-Duty Repair report. The survey, according to the company, allows repair shop owners and managers to anonymously provide feedback about their business operations over the past year.

The survey results, according to the company, will be compiled into a detailed report of benchmarks and trends intended to provide transparency and insights to shop owners, fleet managers, key stakeholders and more. The final report will be available for free download in early 2024.

The press release notes that the survey covers topics related to inventory management, mobile repairs, finances and industry trends, as well as services offered and technician benchmarks for efficiency, hourly wages and more. Survey participants will be entered to win prizes including ten $100 Amazon gift cards and ten $50 gift cards to the soon-to-launch Fullbay online store, according to the company. Additionally, one participant per day will win an a Fullbay “swag box,” the company says.

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