Thank you TMW Systems!
Forgive us if we're smiling a little more than usual these days. Master Fleet is extremely proud to have been named an "Innovator of the Year" by TMW Systems at the in.sight Users Conference. What we're doing at Master Fleet is innovative and we're happy to share what we know about "Making Fleet Maintenance a Competitive Advantage." Give us a call!
Master Fleet LLC, a Green Bay-based provider of commercial fleet maintenance services and expertise, was honored this week at the national in.sight User Conference in Nashville, Tenn., as an “Innovator of the Year.” The conference attracts 2,400 industry professionals and is the single largest technology conference in the transportation industry.
Master Fleet has been invited to make a presentation, “Making Fleet Maintenance Your Competitive Advantage”, at the 2016 in.sight User Conference. This is the largest technology conference in the transportation industry, attracting industry leaders from across the United States. The in.sight conference, previously known as TransForum, will be held September 25-28 in Nashville, Tenn.
When Fortune Transportation's shop managers completed Master Fleet University Level 101 in May, they knew the pressure was on. Braemer Powers and Curt Langstraat had identified a number of specific changes that would streamline their shop’s operations, improve safety and efficiency, and reduce costs. Implementing those changes would be the challenge.
In May, directors of fleet maintenance operations from across the country became the first class to enter Master Fleet University, a concentrated series of classes designed to help students build complete, best-in-class fleet maintenance programs, and also to share best practices. The classes, level 101, establish a foundation by training shop leaders to remove themselves as much as possible from day-to-day problem solving to become “coaches” for shop technicians, empowering the techs to take ownership of shop operations, and creating a culture of sustained, continuous improvement. Followed by more advanced courses in levels 201, 301 and 401, the goal is turning fleet maintenance operations into a competetive advantage.
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