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Two Alabama Cities Merge Fleet Maintenance Services

By Team Writer / a few months ago

The City of Pelham in Alabama will now have its fleet vehicles serviced by technicians in Hoover. Hoover has new software that specializes in fleet management and maintenance which could greatly benefit fleet vehicles in the City of Pelham. It took a total of eight months to address any flaws within the contract and finally submit it for approval. Any mechanics that have not been hired during the initial process have been promised that they will be first in line when a position opens up.

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  • The city of Hoover, Ala., and the city of Pelham have entered into a five year fleet management agreement that goes into effect in February.
  • In their agreement which was painstaking, the cities worked together for eight months to iron out the fine details.
  • The four mechanics in the city of Pelham have been encouraged to apply for openings in the Hoover fleet while subsequently, those that qualify will be employed.

“Pelham’s city manager told the Shelby County Reporter that the city will be able to benefit from the City of Hoover’s fleet resources, including a fleet manager and maintenance software. The change is expected to reduce turnaround time for Pelham’s fleet vehicles.”

Read more: https://www.government-fleet.com/322009/two-alabama-cities-merge-fleet-maintenance-services

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