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China Announces Strict Fuel Economy Standards

The Chinese government has announced that by 2020 passenger vehicles will have to achieve the equivalent of 47.76 mpg.


Global Fleet Management News

Automotive Fleet's website has a new Global Fleet news page where you can check out the latest fleet management news on a regional basis.


Coca-Cola Investigated Over Alleged Mapping of Chinese Province

The government of Yunnan province in western China said it is investigating Coca-Cola over allegations that it illegally mapped parts of the region, according to a report in the "Financial Times."


Overview: Canadian Fleet Market

There were approximately 284,237 new vehicle (104,316 car and 179,921 truck) registrations for Canadian fleets in 2011, according to "Canadian Automotive Fleet." This represented about a 10 percent year-over-year growth.


NAFA Signs Agreement to Create International Fleet Academy

NAFA Executive Director Phillip E. Russo, CAE, recently signed a three-year agreement with fleet solutions company FleetVision to take the lead in developing content for the new International Fleet Academy.


Bolivia Approves New Vehicular Monitoring System

Aiming to protect its citizens, the National Government of Bolivia, approved the new Vehicular Monitoring System for Interdepartmental Public Transportation Passenger Buses (SISMOVE-GPS).


Heineken Benelux Fleet to Deploy C4evo Telematics Blackbox

BusinessTrack has provide nearly 200 of its C4evo telematics blackbox devices, which have already been installed in Heineken’s Benelux fleet and connected to the T3 platform.

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VW Crafter Vans Join Scottish Council Fleet

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is supplying the Fife Council with a further order of 30 Crafter vans as part of the council's vehicle replacement program.



PHH Arval Announces Promotions to its Canadian Leadership Team

PHH Arval announced that Pat Furgiuele and Sudha Dwivedi have each been promoted to the post of vice president.


Australian Government Investigating Regional Transportation Needs

The federal government has announced it will be investing upwards of AUS$2 million in investigating the future transport needs of South Australia, an initiative which has earned the support of the Royal Automobile Association (RAA).


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