Joseph Evangelist

Joseph
Evangelist
Executive Vice President,
Transervice
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Joseph is a seasoned transportation executive with domestic and international experience in sales, operations, mergers and acquisition with heavy emphasis on post-acquisition assimilation planning to maximize new growth and business combination opportunities.

He joined Transervice in 2007 and currently serves as executive vice president with sales, operations and staff responsibilities. He is also heavily involved in new business development and account management.

Previously he was president of LLT International, Inc., an international transportation consulting firm with operations in the U.S. and the Far East. He oversaw the maintenance and fleet management of a 2,000-vehicle cement distribution fleet in Indonesia.

Joseph was also president and CEO of Lend Lease Trucks Inc., a truck rental, leasing and dedicated carriage firm with operations throughout the U.S.

He also was vice president/general manager of The Hertz Corporation – Truck Division, a subsidiary of The Hertz Corp. While there he participated in the acquisition and successful integration of the Canadian licensee operations.

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Improving fleet optimization

In a perfect world, all fleet managers would have perfectly optimized fleets. But in the real world, it can be extremely challenging to achieve that perfect optimization for a variety of reasons.

Limiting speed doesn’t mean limiting efficiency 1

It’s likely that there will be a final ruling on limiting the speed of heavy-duty trucks as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently issued a Notice of Proposed Rule Making.

There are arguments both for and against speed limiters, but the reality is that many fleets have been limiting their vehicle speeds for years for both safety and fuel economy reasons.

A better way to pay drivers 3

Activity-based pay. Incentive-based pay. Productivity pay. Call it what you want, there is a better way for you to pay drivers other than by the hour.

The premise of incentive-based /productivity pay is to ensure drivers are motivated to perform. It is geared toward making the delivery process precise as opposed to “make as many stops as you can make in an eight-hour shift.”

Right-sizing Your Fleet

When was the last time you sat down and evaluated whether or not you needed all the trucks you currently have in your fleet? Or if you have the right mix of trucks to efficiently complete all your deliveries?

If you are like most fleet owners, as long as the deliveries are being made, you probably assume that you have the right size fleet for your operation. However, it is very possible that you may have too many trucks in your fleet or the wrong mix of trucks and trailers.

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