Achievers & Accolades

Fayetteville PWC Fleet Maintenance named in the Top 100 Best Fleet Operations in America

By Staff Report, posted 11 months ago
Caption: The Fayetteville PWC Fleet Maintenance team pose with their award from the NAFA - Photo from Fayetteville PWC Facebook page

Fayetteville Public Works Commission’s  Fleet Maintenance was named in the Top 100 Best Fleet Operations in America by the National Association of Fleet Administrators with the NAFA Fleet Management Association (NAFA), the vehicle fleet industry’s largest membership association. 

NAFA’s 100 Best Fleets in the Americas program recognizes peak-performing public and commercial fleet operations.

According to the Association’s website, the 100 Best program identifies and encourages the ever-increasing levels of performance improvement and innovation within the fleet industry. The goal of the 100 Best contest is to foster pride in the industry, build recognition within the national fleet community, increase levels of productivity and operational effectiveness and to encourage more individuals to consider fleet operations as a career choice. The contest was originally created by the late Tom Johnson. 

“Announcing the 100 Best Fleets is always an exciting time for the NAFA community,” said CAFM, NAFA Board President Mike Camnetar in a press release. “The fleet industry is experiencing a lot of change and innovation right now, and we are proud of how these fleets are leading and representing our industry. We look forward to seeing all they accomplish in 2023.”

PWC was rated on 12 performance measures and was named the 30th best operation. PWC received its highest marks in Creativity, Use of Technology and Information, Staff Development, and Resources Stewardship.

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