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PLM Fleet wins 2023 workplace award

March 21, 2023
The technology-driven refrigerated fleet management company claims the New Jersey Top Workplace Award for the fourth consecutive year.

PLM Fleet recently won the New Jersey Top Workplace Award for the fourth consecutive year.

The award is based on anonymous surveys sent to all New Jersey-based employees to determine a company’s commitment to its staff, customers, and mission. Administered by a third party, the employee feedback measures 15 culture drivers critical to the success of any organization. Results reflect employees’ satisfaction with their employer.

“Earning the New Jersey Top Workplace award is a testament to our exceptional team,” Keith Shipp, PLM president and CEO, said in a news release. “At PLM Fleet, we have a strong culture of receiving employee input, lean quality-based process improvement initiatives, and a working environment in our Newark office that allows employees to have a great work life balance while being accountable to serve our customers and achieve results.”

PLM is a technology-driven refrigerated fleet management company in its 51st year of operation. In its ongoing quest to “innovate and implement new ways to improve customer efficiency and employee satisfaction,” the company recently computerized inspections of leased vehicles and added digital markers to assets to “streamline and integrate operations to initiate and monitor service requests,” the company said.

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