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Asset management proposal

  1. 1. Stacy Clark, MBA, Fleet SME Stacy Clark 2011
  2. 2. Asset Lifecycle BuyLiquidate Fuel Refurb Maintain Stacy Clark 2011
  3. 3. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Depreciation Fuel Maintenance Stacy Clark 2011
  4. 4. How do I manage and optimize my TCO? Purchasing Fuel Maintenance Stacy Clark 2011
  5. 5. Purchasing ExcellenceKey to Success: Considerations: •Data Driven DecisionEstablish a data •Light Duty – Shorterdriven asset •Med/Heavy Duty – Midholding period that •Specialized – Longercan be supported Vendor •Competitive Bid (RFQ) Management •Own vs. Leaseby CAPEX and •Green Strategy (AFV’s)OPEX. •Refurbishment strategy •Competitive/Timely Remarketing Specification Residual Optimization Value Stacy Clark 2011
  6. 6. Fuel ExcellenceKey to Success: Considerations:Evaluate Internal •Fuel Cards, Bulk, Mobile or a combinationversus External •Green Strategy (Alt Fuel)strategies to •Driver Trainingprovide the Sourcing •Accountability via Telematics Strategy •MPG & Idle Trackingbalance between •Inventory Managementprice, flexibility •Reporting (IFTA,and report Location/Driver Perf)automation. Driver Asset Training & Strategy Accountability Stacy Clark 2011
  7. 7. Maintenance Excellence Considerations:Key to Success: •Operator Coordination •Operator InspectionsAlign •Timely/Thorough PM’smaintenance •Rework/Breakdowns %programs to Communication •Parts sourcing/stocking strategyholding period •Corrective Maint Strategystrategy. •DOT Safety Quality Safety Stacy Clark 2011
  8. 8. How can we help? Stacy Clark 2011
  9. 9. TCO/Synergy Baseline Baseline  Evaluate TCO data – CAPEX and OPEX  Benchmark TCO data – CPM, CPH and CPA  Evaluate current holding period by asset type – Light, Medium, Heavy and Specialty  Evaluate current fueling strategies – External (Fuel Cards & Mobile) and/or Internal (Bulk Tanks)  Evaluate current maintenance program alignment with current holding period – PM Interval, PM Type, CM Rationalization and overall quality Stacy Clark 2011
  10. 10. TCO-Purchasing Component Purchasing  Evaluate vendor/bid solicitation strategies and results  Evaluate core asset specifications and how they drive cost, reliability and remarketability  Evaluate current green/AFV strategies  Evaluate liquidation strategies/returns Stacy Clark 2011
  11. 11. TCO-Fuel Component Fuel  Evaluate current fueling strategy  Evaluate current pricing, flexibility and reporting  Evaluate green/AFV opportunities  Evaluate current results to include MPG, idle and inventory accuracy  Evaluate driver training/accountability opportunities Stacy Clark 2011
  12. 12. TCO-Maintenance Component Maintenance  Evaluate current maintenance strategy  Evaluate current communication/scheduling process and service levels  Evaluate quality of current maintenance via hands on inspections and rework/breakdown data points  Evaluate current parts sourcing/stocking strategies  Evaluate current asset safety Stacy Clark 2011
  13. 13. TCO-Summary and Implementation Summary Document  Provide executive summary of findings backed by detailed executable recommendations to favorably improve TCO Implementation/Change Management Asst.  Provide assistance with the implementation of Purchasing, Fuel and/or Maintenance Excellence recommendations  Establish game plan, initiatives for performance and process improvement opportunities  Assist in the transformation of the organizational culture regarding all facets of asset optimization  Institute improved data tracking & metrics to ensure ongoing situation awareness and favorable trends Stacy Clark 2011
  14. 14. Questions? Stacy Clark 2011