DC water authority adds fleet management solution

Dec. 7, 2011
The District of Columbia Water & Sewer Authority (DC Water) has implemented Chevin Fleet Solutions’ FleetWave management system. The company said FleetWave will allow DC Water, which has over 2,000 pieces of equipment under its control, to link all its facilities together to better share resources, reduce parts inventories, and improve maintenance practices and compliance certifications

The District of Columbia Water & Sewer Authority (DC Water) has implemented Chevin Fleet Solutions’ FleetWave management system. The company said FleetWave will allow DC Water, which has over 2,000 pieces of equipment under its control, to link all its facilities together to better share resources, reduce parts inventories, and improve maintenance practices and compliance certifications.

Chevin said DC Water will also realize a streamlining of labor and paper processes due to the software. In addition, FleetWave will auto- generate email notifications of pending, due and past due preventive maintenance and safety inspections.

With extensive fleet management requirements from complete asset and life cycle management, workshop, inventory, purchasing, warranty and campaign management, driver management as well as accident and risk management, DC Water’s fleet management team will be able to manage their diverse fleet using information rather than instinct, dramatically enhancing fleet oversight and savings, Chevin said.

“With FleetWave, DC Water’s extremely diverse requirements will be accommodated,” said Ron Katz, senior vice president of North American sales for Chevin. In addition, “with FleetWave’s flexible capabilities, DC Water’s future needs can be easily met without the need for expensive and time consuming programming.”

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