Fleet in 2023
It’s likely that supply chain disruptions will continue, that no fleet will get all the trucks they order. The industry will once again be forced to continue to operate used trucks past their normal trade cycles. We’ve been on a wild ride these last several years.
Rob Garcia said that he expects to see inflation continue, led by energy markets, rate elements, commodities, production constraints, reliance on imports and investment speculation. He also said that short- to medium-term logistics constraints, including port delays, foreign currency stability, labor health concerns, volatile demand, and inventory backlogs will contribute to product and component shortages. Component shortages will continue to impact replacement parts. He suggested that fleets establish program enrollments with multiple suppliers, especially for core products. While all this is going on, fleet are dealing with decisions about whether they should invest in zero-emissions vehicles. There is a lot of hype surrounding this subject, and fleets need to try to separate the facts from the marketing promotion. In the future, zero-emission vehicles will be part of all fleets.
So, it is important that fleets invest in training technicians so they can work on this new equipment. They can also tap their outsourced maintenance vendors who have qualified technicians and dedicated shop space to perform maintenance and repairs.
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