Outstanding and safe field support cannot be achieved without a superior vehicle and equipment fleet, and maintenance program to match. At W&W our team and protocols are responding exceptionally well to the tests of the current climate, and the savings are being passed on to clients.
During times of uncertainty, having well-established maintenance strategies and programs is critical. This is something Francisco Campos, W&W’s fleet maintenance manager, knows only too well. Joining our team in 2018, the former Army Ordnance Warrant Officer understood the vital role a robust maintenance program has in successful operations.
Since joining W&W, Francisco has worked hard to:
- Establish best-in-class maintenance infrastructure
- Implement modern software and GPS technology
- Build a network of trusted vendors
“Our team has a job to do, and that job is to safely equip our fleet through top of the line preventative maintenance and monitoring protocols. Helping our clients get the job done safely and efficiently is always goal number one,” said Campos.
This commitment has proved vital to W&W and its clients over the past months. When lockdown began, Francisco was able to account for every truck in the field. He inventoried every vehicle and equipment asset, completed detailed inspections and repairs to ensure every mission critical asset was fit for service. His strong relationships with vendors became one of W&W’s biggest assets, enabling Francisco to obtain fuel and maintenance discounts to pass to clients and to complete repairs and support clients through these most challenging times.