Luann Dunkerley at NPTC: Truck Fleets Gain Greater Control of Assets by Outsourcing Accident Management
Ms. Dunkerley, who is on the board of governors of the National Private Truck Council Institute, will lead CEI’s contingent at the conference, being held at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel, in Cincinnati, OH, April 13–15. CEI will be exhibiting in Booth 607.
Since the recent recession, many trucking companies have been having to cope with fewer resources to manage their fleet operations, said Ms. Dunkerley. “Now that their businesses have started to grow again, many are finding it difficult to keep a close eye on the vehicles that go offline due to accidents,” she added. “Those that have partnered with CEI have discovered we are leveraging their time, saving them money on repairs and helping to dramatically increase their recovery of accident damages from third-party drivers.”
Ms. Dunkerley said that last year, CEI saved all of its fleet customers more than $10 million in accident repair costs and, for the fifth year in a row, recovered more than $30 million from third-p-arty drivers responsible for accidents with client fleet vehicles.