ITTM Holds Fleet Training Seminars
March 10, 2000
The Institute for Truck Transportation Management will be hosting three seminars with the theme, "Strategies to Improve the Private Fleet's Position."
To be held May 15, Minneapolis; Sept. 11, Greensboro, NC; and Oct. 2, in Nashville, the one-day sessions will examine creative opportunities for increasing fleet utilization without increasing costs, and how a fleet manager can add value, strengthen relationships within the organization, and gain respect and confidence from senior management.
The seminars are also designed to offer a better understanding of how to determine true costs, benchmark your fleet, boost fleet utilization and analyze outsourcing challenges. Among the areas covered will be activity-based costing, revenue enhancement opportunities, and in-depth case studies analyses involving benchmarking and communicating fleet value to upper management. The seminars also will look at a variety of backhaul strategies, creative cost saving techniques, and how to deal with outsourcing challenges.
Registration fees are $179 for National Private Truck Council members and $359 for non-members, include all course materials, continental breakfast, luncheon, refreshment breaks and a complimentary copy of ITTM's 110-page "Fleet Finance 101" textbook. Three or more registrants from the same company can take $30 off each registration. For information, contact Lisa Deyo at (703) 683-1300, ext. 219, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.nptc.org.