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January 2018

7 Ways to Reduce Fleet Costs

2018-01-23T01:07:09+00:00 January 23rd, 2018|Current News, Press Releases|

Gary Hatfield, Senior Associate with Mercury Associates presents this fleet management webinar on how to reduce fleet costs for NPMA's Fleet Management Awareness Month. Every agency is under pressure to reduce fleet costs. It is essential that fleet managers understand that [...]

December 2017

November 2017


2018-01-22T23:13:11+00:00 November 30th, 2017|Current News|

The City of Maricopa, AZ enlisted the services of Mercury to provide a high-level assessment of its fleet management practices in an effort to standardize its program. Maricopa is a rapidly growing city 35 miles south of Phoenix.

Osmotica Pharmaceutical

2018-01-22T23:06:21+00:00 November 30th, 2017|Current News|

Osmotica Pharmaceutical contracted with Mercury to assist it with transitioning from a POV/driver reimbursement plan to a company-provided vehicle plan. Mercury will also develop an RFP to solicit bids from qualified providers for leasing and fleet management services. Osmotica is [...]


2018-01-22T23:06:33+00:00 November 30th, 2017|Current News|

The City of Salinas, CA engaged Mercury to assist in the implementation of FleetFocus FA by AssetWorks as it fleet management information system. The new FMIS provides an improved system to manage the fleet of 390 vehicles and pieces of [...]

Baltimore’s Financing Model Slashes Fleet Replacement Backlog

2018-01-22T23:13:37+00:00 November 30th, 2017|Past News, Press Releases|

(Read the entire Government Fleet article here) The City has utilized the services of Mercury since 2010. After the firm conducted an initial fleet management best practices study in 2012, the City entered into a four-year consulting agreement for assistance [...]

Olympia, WA

2018-01-22T23:09:21+00:00 November 30th, 2017|Past News|

The City of Olympia Public Works Department contracted with Mercury to evaluate the staffing of its maintenance facilities. The City is renovating some of its shops which may allow for some consolidation and/or sharing of services. The City of Olympia [...]