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Remarketing: From Local Actions to an International Marketplace
Fleet managers have multiple options when it comes to selling their used vehicles, from the full remarketing service of a local auction company to online remarketers. In this article, fleet managers and suppliers discuss the benefits of various remarketing solutions.

9 Steps to Online Remarketing Success
When posting a vehicle for resale online, consider these nine steps, courtesy of various remarketing professionals.

Fleet Spend: The Expansion of fleet Procurement Options
From conventional, competitive selection processes to cooperative contracts and strategic sourcing, fleets employ a variety of approaches to meet today’s demand for goods and services.

Procurement Case Study: State of Utah
The State uses requests for proposal (RFPs) outsourcing, and cooperative contracts to purchase vehicles, maintenance, and car rental.

Procurement Case Study: City of Springfield, Ill.
The City is looking to expand use of cooperative procurement as well as combining purchasing power internally.

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Preventing Equipment Theft
With the cost of equipment theft reaching between $300 million and $1 billion each year, fleet managers must take theft prevention seriously. Fortunately, crime trends can help fleets gain a better understanding of the problem – and these simple tips can help fight it.
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