More Profit For Your Bottom Line

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Now is the right time to review your full service leases and other fleet costs and find ways to produce savings.

You don’t have to wait until a lease or service contract expires. We are dedicated to helping you reduce costs during any stage of your lease or equipment life.

What You Provide

Truck Fleet Review

  • Copy of Master Lease and Maintenance Contract(s) including any amendments
  • Schedule A’s for all units on the current invoices
  • Copy of a current and past (within 6-12 months) lease/maintenance invoice for each vendor
  • Most recent fuel bills for 2 months (non-winter months)
  • Any proposals for replacement or additions to the fleet

Material Handling Fleet Review

  • Equipment schedules
  • Maintenance contracts
  • Any purchase, lease, or maintenance contract proposals that are pending or expected to be executed in the near term.
  • Master Lease Agreement (if available)

How The Process Works

Step One: ENGAGE

Engage IFM and provide items needed for review from the list above

 

Step Two: IDENTIFY SAVINGS

IFM analyzes each unit in the fleet and all fueling sources to identify pricing, service levels, and contract terms

IFM checks for contract compliance, best in class pricing, billing errors, and credits or refunds due

IFM provides an in-depth fleet report with specific cost savings recommendations

 

Step Three: APPROVE AND IMPLEMENT

IFM presents fleet report and recommendations

Client approves and elects which recommendations to implement

IFM negotiates with vendors to secure all client approved cost savings opportunities

 

Step Four: VERIFY AND MONITOR

IFM verifies vendor implementation of all savings and contract improvements

IFM monitors savings for the length of the agreement

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The Bottom Line

Examples of client savings, from varied industries, are detailed below.

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