Food and Beverage Fleet Maintenance in Texas
We have years of experience servicing distribution fleets related to food and beverage services. Our maintenance plan is adapted to the specific operational requirements of your business. Repairs, advanced preventive maintenance planning, and extended service hours have improved turnaround times for customer deliveries.
Fleet Maintenance Experience Matters
Fleet Management Information System
When you need to make an important business decision, our Fleet Management Information System (FMIS) offers unlimited reports, operational tools, and analysis tools to help you get the job done. Our experienced technicians at Vector Fleet Management can construct an extensive FMIS platform into our existing fleet maintenance program, or explore other options that can be used in an incumbent platform. Our FMIS platform, which is based on TMW Systems TMT software, includes a variety of essential functions to successfully manage fleet maintenance services and has been vetted and recommended by most of our customers.
Our Fleet Management Information System (FMIS) includes the following features and key components:
• Extensive Reporting Functionality
• Mileage and Fuel Management Update Imports
• Integrated Warranty Tracking with Parts Management
• Customized Preventive Inspections Notification Settings and Intervals
• Fleet Cost Centers at the Department Level
• Online Client Access 24/7
• Detailed Unit Masters
• Shop Maintenance Planner
• Shop Floor Workstations for Mechanics
Solutions Specific to Your Business
Vector Fleet Management understands everyone’s individual situations and needs, which is why we have developed a fleet maintenance program that reduces liability costs, overhead, and risk, as well as your stress level. Every successful fleet maintenance program must reflect the distinctiveness of each fleet. Each client deployment includes a detailed Scope of Services. Operators, equipment, life cycles, usage, application, and vocation are assessed and factored into every customer engagement.
Most fleet maintenance programs are based on generic assumptions and platforms. Vector Fleet Management recognizes this. Your constituent expectations and business objectives require well-thought-out solutions that are specific to the needs of your business.
A critical area of our Texas fleet maintenance playbook is how scheduled workflow inside and outside of the shop can be properly optimized, along with the technicians’ workflow.
Client meetings establish the necessary protocols and intervals required to make sure that equipment and vehicles are available for service.
Preventive Maintenance Inspection schedules send automated alerts to employees via e-mail so that the operations team can pre-load work volumes for the shop into the Shop Planner. Techs can then access any maintenance tasks or ad hoc repair work in the Shop Planner that has been assigned by their supervisors.
Fleet maintenance workflow optimization plans must be continuously executed. Our staff at Vector Fleet Management can tailor your work optimization plan to your specific needs to deliver reliable results throughout the contract term.
A successful fleet maintenance operation is built entirely on the quality of the assigned personnel who implement the service mandate.
Fleet maintenance is all we do at Vector Fleet Management. It’s critical to us that we recruit, hire, and retain only the best technicians. The reason the turnover rate among our technicians is so low is that we offer a competitive salary, benefits, and training. We also treat our employees with dignity and respect on the job each and every day. Technicians are the backbone of our business, which is why we offer advancement opportunities, professional development, and incentives that are some of the best in the industry.
In order for Vector Fleet Management to remain one of the most knowledgeable, best-trained, and professional teams in the fleet maintenance industry, we set high standards and expectations for our technicians.
Vector Fleet Management Certified Technician Program
Training and Safety
Our technicians receive continuous online training, as well as in-person training, at specialized schools in order to keep up with changing technological demands without any lost productivity. Our technicians at Vector Fleet Management participate in a variety of training programs including:
• First responder/first aid training
• IS Networld programs
• State-level, MSHA, and OSHA safety training
• Thermo-King and Carrier refrigeration equipment training
• Specialized component and diagnostic training through OEM
• EVT (Emergency Vehicle Training) through applicable contact sites
• ASE Blue Seal shop certifications and mandatory ASE to promote cross-training
If you’re interested in learning more about Texas Fleet Maintenance for your business, contact us today for a free cost study analysis.