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Coral Springs Fleet Division ranks top 5 for “Best Fleets in North America”

Post Date:06/27/2018

City of Coral Springs Fleet Group PhotoThe City of Coral Springs Fleet Division is ranked fifth in the nation by the 100 Best Fleets in North America program. With 38,000 public fleets in the country, the 100 Best Fleets program recognizes and rewards peek performing fleet operations. The program encourages ever-increasing levels of performance and improvements within the fleet industry.

100 Best Fleets in the Americas - City of Coral Springs FloridaOf the ranking, Fleet Manager Steve Harbin says, “Our job is to ensure the City and its employees, who rely on their vehicles and equipment, have the best maintained fleet possible. From fire rescue engines, police patrol cars and public works trucks, our commitment to excellent customer service and fiscal responsibility is unsurpassed.”

Employees of the Fleet Division were recognized during a Coral Springs Commission Meeting on June 6, 2018. Of the recognition, the Director of Public Works Rich Michaud commended staff for their hard-work and dedication.

The Fleet Division is responsible for the care and maintenance of more than 1,350 pieces of machinery including vehicles, generators and equipment. We congratulate the Coral Springs Fleet Division on this outstanding designation.

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