The Department of State selected Mercury to provide a vehicle allocation study for FY2018. The purpose of this study is to rightsize the DOS fleet with consideration of fuel efficient vehicles that produce the lowest greenhouse gases.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey selected Mercury, in association with CGS Management Consultants LLC, to conduct an operations analysis of the Central Automotive Division and to develop a fleet utilization study. The Port Authority operates a [...]
The U.S. Navy's Naval Facilities Engineering Command renewed its contract with Mercury to conduct a rightsizing and utilization study for its fleet of 41,000 assets.
BC Hydro retained Mercury to assist it with evaluation of various aspects relating to the management of its fleet and RFP strategy development. The BC Hydro and Power Authority is a Canadian electric utility in the province of British Columbia. [...]
Halifax Group engaged Mercury to provide fleet industry expertise to assist with its business development goals. The Halifax Group is a private equity firm that invests alongside owners and managers of industry-leading growing and profitable companies. The company has experience [...]
Sumitomo Rubber North America, Inc. (SRNA) selected Mercury to conduct a diagnostic assessment and a qualitative / quantitative review of various fleet management business practices for its nationwide fleet of about 80 tractors, trailers, and yard tractors. SRNA manufactures and [...]
Paul Lauria, President of Mercury Associates speaks with Fleet Management Weekly. Mercury Associates is a consulting firm driven by the primary mission of helping fleets improve their management and operations – and they’ve got the track record to prove it.
DTE Energy contracted with Mercury to provide a variety of fleet management projects including: conducting an asset utilization and rightsizing study, provide strategic planning assistance and review, assist with design of swim lane diagrams and redesign business practices for vehicle [...]
The City of Wilmington, DE renewed its contract with Mercury to provide on-site fleet management support. The contract began in 2009 and is renewable at the City's option.
The law firm of Weinhaus and Potashnick engaged Mercury to provide expert witness services in a case involving delivery drivers.