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Streamlining Your Vehicle Program: A Guide for Food and Beverage Sales Operations

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1 The food and beverage industry is part of a growing mobile workforce that is set to account for 72 percent of the total U.S. workforce by 2020. With this rise in mobile employees comes an influx of distributed sales and service personnel who supply, sell and deliver food and beverage products. While some mobile employees for food and beverage companies will require specialty vehicles to keep daily operations afloat (e.g., those who drive delivery trucks, such as 18-wheelers), non-specialty drivers such as sales and merchandising teams don't need to drive specific vehicles to do their jobs. For these workers, it will oen make sense to drive their own personal vehicles (or smaller company-owned vehicles) for work, since they don't need large, branded trucks for their trips. of the total U.S. workforce by 2020 The mobile workforce is set to account for 72% VEHICLE PROGRAMS BACKGROUND

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