Research firm seeks participants in fleet benchmark study

Jan. 24, 2005
Participants needed in fleet benchmark study

Columbus, OH-based heavy-duty trucking research firm CK Marketing & Communications (CKMC) plans to conduct a benchmark study for for-hire, private and government fleet managers in April.

The results of the study will be reported exclusively to fleets that regularly participate in the semi-annual studies.

“We believe the information we collect from fleet managers is valuable to others dealing with the same issues and would like to expand the participation to increase the value of the results,” the company stated.

The survey is likely to touch upon a variety of key topics in the trucking industry, including driver shortages, supply issues, regulations, and new engines, Chris Kemmer, CKMC consultant told Fleet Owner.

Fleet managers seeking to participate should email [email protected].

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