Union Leasing President Kent Boskovich was recently featured in an article in Automotive Fleet Magazine. Boskovich joined Union Leasing in 1998 as a regional sales manager, and advanced to a management role before becoming president in 2007. He has taken Union Leasing from a fleet leasing provider to a full-service fleet management provider. In the article titled Union Leasing Focused on Steady, Sustainable Growth, Boskovich discusses Union Leasing’s short and long-term goals for growth, new initiatives, what differentiates Union Leasing and more. He goes on to weigh in on trends facing small and mid-sized fleets moving forward.
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Acquisition expands Union Leasing’s leadership in fleet service management and enhances service, technology and expertise offered to customers.
Union Leasing Inc., America’s premier fleet leasing and management services provider, today announces the acquisition of Walser Leasing (Walser Financial Services), a leasing and fleet management solutions company servicing commercial fleets nationwide. The move expands Union Leasing’s total service offering while delivering enhanced services, technology and expertise to Walser’s current customer base. Kent Boskovich, President of Union Leasing explains:
Start out the new year strong by setting your fleet up for success in 2016.
There are many things you can do to optimize your fleet management including making sure you have the proper vehicles for your industry, educating your employees about the dangers of distracted driving, and more. That’s a lot to think about all at once though. So, here are 3 of the most valuable things you can do for your fleet in 2016. Get started right away!
Union Leasing is excited to announce our forthcoming series of educational posts: Fleet Management 101. By learning from all of the posts in this series you will build a significant foundation of knowledge about fleet management terminology and best practices.
Snowpocalypse. Polar Vortex. Snowmageddon. Winter snow, ice and cold weather can be pretty scary, not to mention create adverse driving conditions and cause additional dangers on the roads. The time has come to prepare your fleet for safe winter driving. Be sure to prepare your fleet vehicles and get your employees together to cover safe driving best practices. This also makes for a perfect time to review your distracted driving policy.
Is the thought of standing in line at the DMV to get your license plate sticker (or attempting to renew it online) right up there with getting your teeth cleaned? For most people it’s a nuisance that takes up time and is rarely an enjoyable experience. When it comes to managing not just one vehicle but a fleet of vehicles this process can be downright atrocious and overwhelming. For those in Illinois, this process has just become even more complicated. The Illinois Secretary of State’s office has suspended mailing out vehicle registration renewal reminder notices.
Is the Affordable Care Act causing your home care or hospice organization pain? Medicare payment to home healthcare providers has been cut by 3% or more. This caused a lot of upset within the industry. According to the National Association for Homecare & Hospice, by their calculations more than half of home care agencies will be paid less than the cost of care by 2017.
Union Leasing’s Greg Carson, Vice President of Operations, was recently featured in an article in Work Truck Magazine. In the article titled 14 Tips to Improve Upfit Spec’ing, Carson gives recommendations on identifying equipment in advance, avoiding certain upfits that threaten your warranty, and more. His contributions added valuable insight to the article.
The surge in production of oil and natural gas from shale formations in the United States led to dramatic growth of the domestic energy industry, and the ancillary industries that support it. With this boom in production, some companies were growing so quickly, that not a lot of forethought was able to be put into how much was being spent on equipment. Domestic energy companies grew rapidly and simply did what they had to in order to meet their needs: more employees, more equipment, more vehicles, and more technology.
Drive Safely Work Week (DSWW) is an annual safety campaign organized by the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS), observed during the first week of October. Union Leasing is committed to promoting safe driving including preventing distracted driving. Distracted driving is an important issue and sometimes it takes a tragic, real world example to make us all understand the true danger involved, and to make a change.