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Managing your fleet out of crisis (VIRTUAL)

June 19, 2020

During the Covid-19 crisis some fleets were working flat out, others almost mothballed. 

  • For idle fleets, leases were often suspended and insurance premiums cut by 15% or more. 
  • For busy supply-chain fleets, fuel prices hit 20 year lows – with 91Ron petrol under $1 per litre for a time.  

Yet these headlines can distract from six new fundamental questions about your fleet category strategy moving forward: 

  1. How will the effects of Covid-19 impact your category strategy both now and later? 
  2. Will replacement programming need to change now - with sales/purchases delayed or brought forward?
  3. Will staff remote-working impact your fleet and its needs?
  4. And help the environment more, or less?
  5. And are more drivers using their own vehicles in preference to pool/share vehicles to build your GREY fleet unwittingly?
  6. So, given this, what fleet policy changes are you implementing post Covid-19

Share your fleet thinking, action plans and best practices with your fleet category colleagues at this PASA online Roundtable hosted by fleet expert Quenten Shepherd and take the chance to learn from how your peers are tackling similar challenges 

Your expert facilitator

Quenten Shepherd has been a fleet Manager for 20 years – originally with Centacare Employment, today with Archdiocese Of Brisbane he manages 4 separate and uniquely challenging fleets and advises on Grey fleet management within the organisation. 

The time of this session is:

11.00-12.30PM AEST (BNE, SYD, MELB)

10.30-12.00PM (ADL)

1.00-2.30PM (NZ)


Event Details

Managing your fleet out of crisis (VIRTUAL)
Event Detail Virtual - at your desk using Zoom
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Start August 19th, 2020. 11:00am AEST
End August 19th, 2020. 12:30pm AEST
Status Event Details Closed

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Seats 24 persons
Attendees 16 persons
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Category One off sessions
Type Virtual