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Feb. 6, 2017
Feedback and ideas are sustenance of our next success.

I’m extremely excited about 2017. I hope you are as well.

I have the pleasure and honor of taking on the role of publisher for Fleet Maintenance. I’ve jumped into my new role and look forward to learning more about this fascinating industry.

Feedback is a critical component to continued success, and I welcome your thoughts. As Ken Blanchard, American author and management expert, said: “Feedback is the breakfast of champions.”

I’m extremely interested in hearing what you have to say about Fleet Maintenance’s industry-leading products and services. What are we doing well? What are opportunities for improvement? What can we add that will make a difference? What can we change that will add more value?

Feedback is appreciated and encouraged. Please do not hesitate to contact me with your opinions, ideas, constructive criticism and recommendations. My email address is: [email protected].

It’s about Team

I’m humbled to be a part of the Fleet Maintenance team that is working extremely hard to deliver the type of information that will make a difference in the day-to-day decisions you make to keep your fleets up and running.

It is truly refreshing to have a crystal clear focus on one’s mission. Our goal is to continue to be the number one source of information for fleet maintenance management. Our mantra remains: All Maintenance, All Management, All Vehicle Classes, All the Time.


How does a leader continue to improve? I believe a leader needs to be open and listen to feedback before considering making any strategic enhancements.

As the information leader for fleet maintenance management, Fleet Maintenance embraces this concept. Our design and editorial team have been working hard to bring you the results of their tireless efforts. The goal: To continue to deliver the best magazine and website – – the market has to offer.

As you flip through the pages of this issue of Fleet Maintenance, you will see some subtle and bold changes. Whether it is the new section titles, the enhancements in design and layout or the continuation of our regular column rotation, each decision for the change was based on best practices, ongoing feedback and an unprecedented commitment to our valued subscribers.


I’m extremely proud of our team’s efforts and I hope you’ll share your thoughts. After all, Fleet Maintenance’s products and services are created, designed, published and delivered with you in mind.

The great thing about feedback is that it is an ongoing dialogue, and we look forward to yours as we continue to consider making calculated enrichments to deliver on our editorial promise: Making a significant and positive difference by providing our subscribers with the critical information needed to keep their vehicles operating with maximum efficiency, productivity, safety, cost reduction and uptime through a judicious focus on fleet maintenance management.

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