Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & the alliance partners can offer the best services in fleet management services.
If you’re seeking the best in fleet management, services then its Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & the alliance partners hand down. Our Fleet management includes commercial motor vehicles such as cars, ships, vans and trucks, as well as rail cars. Our Fleet (vehicle) management can include a range of functions, such as vehicle financing, vehicle maintenance, vehicle telematics (tracking and diagnostics), driver management, speed management, fuel management and health and safety management.
Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partners Fleet management services allows companies which rely on transportation in business to remove or minimize the risks associated with vehicle investment, improving efficiency, productivity and reducing their overall transportation and staff costs, providing 100% compliance with government legislation (duty of care) and many more. These functions can be dealt with by either our in-house fleet-management department or an outsourced fleet-management provider.
Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partners uses the best in Vehicle tracking system the most basic function in all fleet management systems, is the vehicle tracking component. This component is usually GPS-based, but sometimes it can be based on glonass or a cellular triangulation platform. Once vehicle location, direction and speed are determined from the GPS components, additional tracking capabilities transmit this information to a fleet management software application. Methods for data transmission include both terrestrial and satellite. Satellite tracking communications, while more expensive, are critical if vehicle tracking is to work in remote environments without interruption. Users can see actual, real-time locations of their fleet on a map. This is often used to quickly respond on events in the field.
Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partners work with advanced fleet management systems which can be connect to the vehicle’s on-board computer, and gather data for the user. Details such as mileage and fuel consumption are gathered into a global statistics scheme.
At Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partners we help keep the record right by combining received data from the vehicle tracking system and the on-board computer, it is possible to form a profile for any given driver (average speed, frequency of detours, breaks, etc.)
Management of ships
At Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partners fleet management services allows the management of ships while at sea. Shipping fleet management contracts are normally given to fleet management companies like us to handle aspects like crewing, maintenance, and day-to-day operations. This gives the ship owner time to concentrate on cargo booking.
Fleet Security and Control
Recent advances in fleet management allow for the addition of over-the-air (OTA) security and control of fleet vehicles. Fleet Security and Control includes security of the vehicle while stopped or not in operation and the ability to safely disable a vehicle while in operation. This allows Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partner’s fleet manager to recover stolen or rogue vehicles while reducing the chance of lost or stolen cargo. The additional of Fleet Security and Control to a fleet management system gives a fleet card manager preventative measures to address cargo damage and loss.
Remote Vehicle Disabling systems
Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partner’s uses remote vehicle disabling systems provide users at remote locations the ability to prevent an engine from starting, prevent movement of a vehicle, and to stop or slow an operating vehicle. Remote disabling allows our alliance partners dispatcher or other authorized personnel to gradually decelerate a vehicle by downshifting, limiting the throttle capability, or bleeding air from the braking system from a remote location. Some of these systems provide advance notification to the driver that the vehicle disabling is about to occur. After stopping a vehicle, some systems will lock the vehicle’s brakes or will not allow the vehicle’s engine to be restarted within a certain time bound.
Remote disabling systems can also be integrated into a remote panic and emergency notification system. In an emergency, a driver can send an emergency alert by pressing a panic button on the dashboard, or by using a key-fob panic button if the driver is within close proximity of the truck. Then, the carrier or other approved organization can be remotely alerted to allow a dispatcher or other authorized personnel to evaluate the situation, communicate with the driver, and/or potentially disable the vehicle.
Fleet replacement and life cycle management
Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partners can assure timely replacement of vehicles and equipment is a process that requires the ability to predict asset life cycles based on costing information, utilization, and asset age. Funding requirements are also an issue, because many organizations, especially government, purchase vehicles with cash. The ad hoc nature and traditional low funding levels with cash has put many operations in an aged fleet. This lack of adequate funding for replacement can also result in higher maintenance costs due to aged vehicles.
Regardless of what purpose your company’s fleet serves, there are certain fundamentals to keep in mind when designing and implementing a cost-effective vehicle replacement program. At Security. Classification. & C.M.A.assoc. Partners Inc. & its global alliance partner’s we can get the job done. We Take a comprehensive approach develop systematic policies and procedures develop a decision process for vehicle replacement consider your fleet’s life cycle costs.
The typical parameters included in these analyses includes the following:
- Acquisition costs
- Estimated salvage value
- Cost of money
- Maintenance costs
- Operations costs
- Fuel costs
- Age or miles to date
- Downtime cost
- Obsolescence cost
Quantifying downtime and obsolescence is not easy but can be the deciding factor on how long to keep vehicles. Downtime generally is cost between the loaded rate of the work crew and the cost of a spare vehicle. Quantifying obsolescence requires judgment and can involve age and experience factors, manufacturers input, and safety factors. Also, as vehicles age they tend to be less reliable and their maintenance and repairs costs vary widely. Thus, the increase in variance or volatility” in financial parlance can have a major impact on estimating repair workload and in turn staffing requirements.