Truck News

Product

Carrier Centers launches Fleet Assist to help control maintenance costs


WOODSTOCK, Ont. — Carrier Centers has announced a new Fleet Assist program, which it says will help fleets manage and reduce their maintenance costs.

Fleet Assist maintains fleet maintenance schedules and provides the tracking information required for warranty recovery, allowing fleets to reduce downtime and ensure compliance, the company announced.

Carrier Centers developed a database management system to help fleets manage their maintenance and repair records. The new product is available in three tiers: Compliance, Support and Management, providing varying levels of service.

The Compliance package allows Fleet Assist to monitor maintenance schedules for each unit and ensures compliance with MTO, CVOR and other requirements.

The Support package includes schedule monitoring and also offers the monitoring of repairs, scheduling of service and repairs and record-keeping of all maintenance files.

The Management package includes all of the above, and also offers recommendations for preventive maintenance, negotiation of repairs and determination of warranty eligibility. Repairs approval based on a pre-determined budget and automatic purchase order generation are also included.

“Fleet Assist is an incredible service which, at the core, exists to make fleet management simpler and more cost efficient,” announced Peter Hunt, director of Fleet Assist. “We are thrilled to be able to offer this service, and help fleets across Ontario get the most from their fleet.”

For more info, contact Hunt at: PeterHunt@carriercenters.ca


Truck News

Truck News

Truck News is Canada's leading trucking newspaper - news and information for trucking companies, owner/operators, truck drivers and logistics professionals working in the Canadian trucking industry.
All posts by

Print this page
Related Articles
TruckNews
TodaysTrucking


Have your say:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*