Document Type : Research Article



Fuel supply is classified under critical and dangerous goods distribution. Truck Drivers (TD)
and trucks are the two components involved in every stage of fuel road-distribution hence a
focus on driver and vehicle key performance indicator measurements. The study examines
the significance of driver key performance indicators and vehicle performance indicators on
organisational performance and on customer satisfaction in the bulk fuel supply chain. A
quantitative research methodology was conducted with 91 respondents drawn from the fuel
sector. SMART PLS 3.3.3 was utilised for data analysis. The study found that there are
positive and significant relationships between Vehicle KPIs and Driver KPIs; Driver KPIs
and Organisational Performance (OP); Vehicle KPIs and OP; Driver KPIs and Customer
service (CS), and OP and CS. The study also noted that Driver KPIs have significant
mediating impact on OP. The mediating role of OP on CS was found to be insignificant.