Fleet Management

Ryder Joins Forces with Soldier for Life

Fleet Management, Maintenance
August 4, 2016

Ryder recently announced it has partnered with Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program (SFL–TAP), a centrally funded commanders program that provides transition assistance services to eligible soldiers. Ryder will begin a pilot program t...

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Introducing the New Ryder.com – and a Lot Has Changed

Dedicated Transportation, Fleet Management, Supply Chain
August 1, 2016

On August 1st, Ryder launched its redesigned website offering a sleeker look and more user-friendly interface. Featuring a reorganized layout, updated content, new branding, and a more user-friendly navigation, those who visit the website will be abl...

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Ryder named to Food Logistics’ Top Green Providers List for 2016

Alternative Fuels / Natural Gas Vehicles, Exclude From Home, Leasing
July 29, 2016

Food Logistics’ annual “Top Green Providers” list recognizes companies whose products, services, or exemplary leadership is enhancing sustainability within the food and beverage industry. The list offers logistics professionals a guide to th...

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Lights! Brakes! Transmission! the Big 3 When Buying Pre-Owned  

Fleet Management, Vehicle Sales
July 21, 2016

If you’re looking to the pre-owned market for your next truck, you’re not alone. Close to 60% of all class 8 trucks purchased by owner-operators are actually pre-owned, according to the 2015 Truck Purchase and Lease Survey by Overdrive.com. Y...

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The Key to Improving Cross Border Security for Your Freight

Cross Border, Safety & Environment, Supply Chain
July 19, 2016

When it comes to commerce safely crossing borders – and keeping borders safe for trade and traffic – pursuit of partnerships between industry and governments could be the best practice. Creating public-private partnerships (PPPs) can deliver t...

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5 Tips to Create a Safer Transportation Experience for the Energy and Oil & Gas Industries

Fleet Management, Oil and Gas, Safety & Environment
July 14, 2016

Oil and gas worksites can be dangerous places for drivers and vehicles. From well or fracking sites to refineries to depots, drivers face harsh, hazardous, unfamiliar and congested areas bustling with people, vehicles and machinery. Whether hauling c...

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How the Heavy Vehicle Speed Limiters Rule Will Effect Fleet Management

Fleet Management, Safety & Environment, Transportation Management
July 12, 2016

With a proposed federal rule requiring the installation and use of speed limiters on all trucks weighing more than 27,000 pounds likely to be published in August, operators and drivers expect significant fallout. The issue causing concern is that op...

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Why Vehicle Maintenance Works Best When It’s Flexible and Customized

Fleet Management, Maintenance
July 7, 2016

Even though maintenance is one of the most important factors in fleet uptime, few maintenance programs can be customized to meet a specific company’s needs. This is a problem for many businesses, according to the hundreds of business owners and tra...

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Creating the Transportation Industry’s Most Flexible Lease

Fleet Management, Leasing
June 30, 2016

What inspired this industry first? When Ryder gathered a cross-section of business leaders together to discuss what would help them best manage their fleets, the company didn’t know what to expect. It was clear that businesses were facing challen...

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5 Fleet Management Trends to Watch

Fleet Management, Maintenance, Rental, Vehicle Sales
June 27, 2016

Fleet managers are assessing the first half of 2016 and shaking their heads a bit. Fuel prices are at near-historic lows: great. Driver and mechanic shortages are troubling: that’s a tough one. Regulations are escalating: what else is new? Freight ...

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