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Global Fleet Conference Sells Out for Third Year

June 01, 2015

Photo: Nexus Communication
Photo: Nexus Communication

For the third straight year, the Global Fleet Conference has sold out. The Global Fleet Conference will be held at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay in Miami, Fla., June 15-16.

The event, now in its third year, attracts multinational fleet managers and global fleet suppliers from around the world who can learn and exchange ideas about the most pressing topics affecting their international fleets and build professional and personal connections.

“The Global Fleet Conference is specifically geared toward multinational corporations whose business operations have a global footprint that is supported by company vehicles. With the first conference in Phoenix and the second conference in Brussels both selling out, we increased our venue capacity in Miami by 100 percent, but that wasn’t sufficient and we are once again sold out,” said Mike Antich, conference chair. “This is a reflection of the growing importance at multinational corporations to harmonize their far-flung fleet operations and a desire to have an annual conference to serve as a venue for networking with peers and global suppliers.”

Among the cutting-edge topics that will be discussed at this year's conference:

  • Implementing fleet connectivity.
  • How to implement a global fleet safety program and fleet policy.
  • How to use benchmarking to reduce costs, meet sustainability goals, and improve driver satisfaction.
  • How to implement a successful global RFP.

After the conference, check the Global Fleet Conference website for a post-show recap of the conference.

Produced jointly by Bobit Business Media and Nexus Communication, the venue for the Global Fleet Conference alternates between the U.S. and Europe. The 2016 Global Fleet Conference will be held in Europe, at a venue to be announced soon.

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