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.