Correctly operating a fleet of mobile assets can be challenging
How It Works
A Uniqco Subject Matter Expert conducts an on-site mechanical inspection of your current Fleet Assets. This creates your mechanical maintenance risk profile.
Whiles these steps are underway, the Uniqco team is creating these for you:
The Uniqco Virtual Fleet Manager then works with your Uniqco Fleet Data Analytics to show you exactly how to manage your Fleet Assets from day to day.
Your regular simple-to-follow Flash Reports will show you things such as:
Why You Need To Complete Every Fleet Asset Task
Ignoring them or not completing them can affect the residual values of your Fleet Assets, reducing their values at replacement time, costing you more money.
They can also raise your workplace risks, especially when they aren’t correctly maintained.
And when staff and contractors don’t have the correct information, such as proper operating instructions and safe practices, problems and danger can emerge.
Your Fleet Asset Management team might be too busy to ensure all of these. Perhaps they simply need an extra set of experienced hands.
Or maybe responsibility for your Fleet Assets falls to an unrelated department and these priorities aren’t important.
Lean on Uniqco Virtual Fleet Manager. We will get it done for you.
Our Fleet Managers
Senior Consultant – Managing Director
Anne is a motivated, creative and enthusiastic individual with exceptional communication skills who works effectively under pressure to ensure project timeframes. Flexible, adaptable and dedicated to exceeding customer expectations. Anne’s experience in Local Government IT and project management allows her to engage with our clients for effective outcomes
Anne has worked in various positions in Local Government since 2009, most recently as Fleet Manager with a team of three coordinators and over 30 operational staff, responsible for managing a fleet of 100 light vehicles along with over 200 other plant and equipment including heavy vehicles.
Jason Raiteri has worked in senior management roles in Defence and Local Government for over 20 years. Over the past 4 years Jason was the Director of Engineering at Whitsunday Regional Council and was responsible for a number of Departments including: Roads and Drainage, Water & Sewage, Depot Operations, Quarry Operations and Disaster Management. Jason is accustomed to managing staff and physical resources in numerous depots and work locations spread across a large geographic region and has experience coordinating and managing capital works programs, along with unplanned emergency maintenance, in situations where remote work arrangements increase the complexity of delivery and put pressure on personnel.