Training Announcement

"Competitive Fleet Management: Run the Fleet as a Business"

Presented by Mike Corbett

Upcoming - Fleet Seminar sponsored by PFMA
and to be conducted in Oregon and Washington - June 2018

Question: What do "Top 100 Fleets" and "Fleet Managers of the Year " have in

Answer: They and their fleet employees participated in the California Fleet News
seminar, "Competitive Fleet Management: Run the Fleet as a Business."

Top fleet managers tout this seminar as a key factor in their fleet management
success. In fact, many fleet managers have sent their entire staff to the session
over the past 14 years Over 5,000 fleet personnel trained and 1,000 in the Pacific

These are the ONLY presentations currently scheduled for the Northwest in 2018
(Register with PFMA at

Session Description

A seminar for all fleet personnel by California Fleet News

Is your fleet cost competitive?
Do you run your fleet as a business?
Can you compete with private maintenance service providers?
Are you competition-ready?

Join Mike Corbett, Publisher of California Fleet News, author of the Best Fleet
Practices Manual and consultant to hundreds of fleets throughout the U.S.

In this session, you will learn:

How to run your fleet as a business" and develop your most efficient fleet organization
How one fleet reduced costs by over 30% in winning its recent competition
How to take a fresh view of your fleet and do more with less
Determine the "right" level of staffing and technician productivity
How an effective chargeback system encourages customer efficiency reducing costs
How to gain the respect of your customers, upper management and citizens
Best in class fleet practices and industry benchmarks
And more,

June 2017 - 830 am to 400 pm.

Locations to be announced
Maintenance Facility
670 1st Avenue, N.E.
Issaquah, Washington 98027
Phone: 425-837-3470

Sponsored by PFMA, hosted by City of Issaquah Fleet Manager and PFMA
Training Officer Kelly Kussman

Parking will be available at the site (Sorry, no electric vehicle chargers are available at
this location).

Why PFMA members and fleet employees should be interested in this session:

(1) Public Works and public sector fleet costs are substantial and can be controlled.
(2) The replacement value of your fleet is in the millions and underutilized assets range
from 15% to 25% of the fleet.
(3) Fleet supports all government and utility services, impacts the cost of almost every
service and the productivity of all workers.
(4) Fleet supports infrastructure that makes possible a thriving private sector.
(5) Logistics is prominent and a source of ?competitive advantage? for all organizations.