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NationaLease names new senior VP of operations

Jane Clark will take the role of senior vice president of operations.

NationaLease recognizes 12 member companies for reciprocal service

Twelve member companies are recognized at the 2023 NationaLease Maintenance Managers Meeting for outstanding service.

Velocity Truck Rental and Leasing invests big into zero-emissions equipment strategy

Velocity hopes its battery-electric commercial truck rentals and charging infrastructure will make a sustainable impact for the fleets it serves.

NationaLease names Top Techs in annual Tech Challenge

NationaLease announced the winners of its 11th Annual Top Tech Challenge. The competition is designed to give star technicians the opportunity to display their knowledge and technical expertise in a comprehensive written exam and hands-on competition. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s winners were decided on written test scores rather than a hands-on challenge. The

Temperature control: What you need to know about reefer trailers

The mandated FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) program is a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical and physical hazards. It covers everything from raw material production, procurement and handling to manufacturing, distribution and consumption of the finished product.

Three reasons to lease your trucks

Ever-evolving truck technology. Increasing efficiency requirements and goals. Meeting uptime demands. Maintaining proper maintenance procedures. There are a myriad of gears turning in a fleet manager’s world. Any cog in the fleet management machine left unchecked, unintegrated and unoptimized can mean the difference between fleet success and failure. When faced with such a daunting task

TCO: Knowing your numbers is smart business

You hear a lot these days about the total cost of ownership (TCO). We wanted to know how fleets are doing the math to make sure they are keeping costs in check and getting the best value out of their equipment. Determining TCO According to Darry Stuart, president and chief executive officer of DWS Fleet

Heavy-duty truck leasing primer

The ability to lease vehicles adds flexibility, not only because it increases equipment in boom times, but also because it helps fleet control capital investment. With this in mind, Fleet Equipment asked three of the top leasing companies to outline the features and benefits of the programs they offer. Choosing your lease package Joe Gallick,

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NationaLease hands out 2015 Exceptional Service Awards

NationaLease, one of the largest full service truck leasing organizations in North America, honored 13 member companies for providing exceptional reciprocal service to fellow members within the NationaLease network. “We are extremely proud of the consistently high standard of service our members provide, not only to their customers, but to one another,” said Jane Clark, Vice

Service, truck technology major themes at the NationaLease Maintenance Managers Meeting

The NationaLease Maintenance Managers Meeting gave attendees a chance to discuss the major issues facing truck maintenance professionals and an opportunity to discover the latest in truck technology and maintenance from top suppliers. Each year, the Maintenance Managers Meeting tackles the major issues that impact maintenance teams and the companies they work for. During this year’s

Defining downtime to make effective service choices

Any fleet manager will tell you that well maintained vehicles are safer, more fuel efficient and can provide for a longer and lower cost service life. For that reason, they would say, planned downtime for maintenance and repair events is a good investment. “While some downtime is a necessary and routine part of doing business

Sound specs, timed maintenance spell success

With a focus on counseling, NationaLease’s 600 service locations throughout the U.S. and Canada (with a combined customer fleet of over 125,000 tractors, trucks and trailers), newly-named Vice President of Truck Technology and Maintenance at NationaLease, Joe Puff, offers valuable observations on how truck maintenance has changed for the better. “The fundamentals are changing,” Puff

Sound specs, timed maintenance spell success