With a bad economy and taxes on a rise everyone is looking for ways to save money. Many try to cut back on non essentials such as going out to eat, the movies, and shopping. But what can you do when it comes to necessities, such as fuel? At Sokolis Group one of our goals is to help our fleet fuel clients save money on that necesssity.
One of the things that most impacts people’s productivity is not being able to focus on completing one task at a time and telephone calls both making and receiving them, are one of the greatest disruptions to the flow of the day and to our ability to concentrate. By managing how and when we make and receive calls we can not only make better use of our time but make a better impression on the person at the other end of the line, too.
Most companies today if not all have credit cards. Most trucking companies need a way to pay for their fleet fuel. That’s not different than the rest of the fuel buying world, except it’s usually a lot more quantity. How a lot of them do this is by using a fleet fuel card. This is a good start to helping you buy and manage your fuel, but after that there are precautions you should take. I’d like to give you a few pointers or tips on how you should use your fleet fuel card:
The winter season is a difficult time in many ways, but spring is near.
The popularity and availability of clean diesel is growing. The recent growth in availability of diesel at local filling stations should come with no surprise given that more consumers are turning to diesel for their cars, pickups and SUV’s. Nearly half, 42 percent, of all retail sites in the U.S. today offer diesel fuel.
“If you don’t know where you are going any road will do”