2016 Benchmarking Statistics - Fleet Matters on TATEMS

2016 Benchmarking Statistics

By Team Writer / a couple of years ago

The Government Fleet collected data this year that suggests there is a slight increase in the average fleet size in comparison to the previous year. Also adding to this information there were reports that a higher percentage of respondents had increased their annual budgets. Whats new for the survey lists this year includes the title of the person that is overseeing fleet as well as the services fleets insource.

Key Takeaways:

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  • Data collected from Government Fleet this year suggests a slight increase in average fleet size in comparison to the prior year.
  • In addition, a higher percentage of respondents said their annual budgets had increased, a trend continuing since 2013, when this question was first asked in the annual survey.
  • New for this year, the survey lists the title of the person overseeing fleet and the services fleets insource, with about one-third of respondents saying they perform preventive maintenance and repair for other agencies.

“Data collected from Government Fleet this year suggests a slight increase in average fleet size in comparison to the prior year. In addition, a higher percentage of respondents said their annual budgets had increased, a trend continuing since 2013, when this question was first asked in the annual survey.”

http://www.government-fleet.com/channel/operations/article/story/2016/09/2016-benchmarking-statistics.aspx

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