OVERLAND PARK, KS / ACCESSWIRE / February 21, 2023 / In 2022, the fleet management industry has faced a variety of challenges, from supply chain issues to technological advances and even a dramatic increase in gas prices.
According to a recent report released by MarketsandMarkets, the fleet management market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.5%, from $25.5 billion in 2022 to $52.4 billion by 2022. 2027.
To strategically prepare for what lies ahead, Zarif Haque, CEO of Draiver, a leader in vehicle transportation technology, outlines the key trends the industry will see this year, noting:
“For ten years, Draiver has maintained a leadership position in the automotive delivery industry, staying ahead of market trends and pioneering smarter ways to serve customers and their bottom line.”
Advanced product technology
Last year, the industry saw dramatic advances in the electrification of fleet technology and this trend will only continue. In 2020, many companies have moved to remote asset management, which will now extend to video telematics, which uses sensors and dashcams to provide visibility into driver behavior and location during fleet and vehicle transport. “In this industry, advanced technology acts as a co-pilot, providing customers with the features they value most: efficiency, security and transparency,” says Haque.
Greater demand for delivery and effectiveness
Since the pandemic, expectations for delivery have only increased, with customers now preferring a two-day window to move a vehicle across the country. Additionally, customers are now less likely to tolerate a shipping delay, as only 20% of consumers were willing to forgive delivery disruptions due to supply chain issues in 2021.
With this change, there will be an increased demand for the delivery of vehicles quickly, yet efficiently. In addition to causing customer dissatisfaction, shipping delays also negatively impact driver productivity and increase operating costs. Fleet managers will continue to be increasingly proactive in reducing shipping costs and delays.
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Dealerships are increasingly relying on vehicle haulage companies like Draiver to transport vehicles quickly. Draiver has created AI technology that enables continuously optimized routes for the fastest possible deliveries, reducing costs while increasing safety.
“We help dealers move cars faster than anyone else on the market,” says Zarif Haque. “Every fleet manager knows that drivers, vehicles and fuel are expensive. Our technology helps move trucks and large cars efficiently, reducing costs and increasing customer satisfaction,” he added.
In 2023, we will see more effectiveness and transparency in the vehicle fleet management industry, which is a hallmark of the services provided by Draiver. Keeping up with industry expectations and focusing on innovative customer solutions keeps Draiver at the forefront of the industry.
Draiver is a leading vehicle delivery company offering the best AI logistics software with a vetted and insured driver market. Draiver currently operates in four countries in North America and Latin America. Clients include global fleet and rental companies, OEMs, large automotive groups and single-site businesses. (www.draiver.com)
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