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Wheels, ALD Launch Global Fleet Reporting Solution

The alliance launched a website that allows clients to assemble and analyze consolidated fleet inventory at a vehicle level and cost data at an aggregated level to help clients manage their fleet on a global scale.

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GM Joint Venture Unveils Third SUV for China

SAIC-GM-Wuling unveiled the Baojun 530 to the Chinese market, which has seen a growing demand SUVs and crossover.

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GM to Meet Mandated Green Vehicle Sales Targets in China

General Motors China said it will meet production quotas for new energy vehicles (NEVs) designed to meet government mandated green car sales targets aimed at reducing pollution.

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Ford Invests $870M in Spain for Kuga Production

Ford is investing more than $870 million to build the next-generation Kuga mid-size SUV in Valencia, Spain.

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Global Fleet Conference Heads to Rome

The 2018 Global Fleet Conference will be held in Rome next May 28 to 30, marking the first time the conference will be held in Italy.

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Toyota Pushes for EVs in China, India

Toyota will produce EVs in China and India beginning in 2020 as the automaker returns its attention to EVs after focusing heavily on hydrogen and hybrid vehicles for the last few years.

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Donlen Hires Sales VP, Global Business Manager

Donlen has hired Bob Barna as vice president of strategic sales and Ian Crapper as managing director of global business development.

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Daimler Introduces Pair of Mexico-Specific Cabover Trucks

The rollout of two new market-specific cabover trucks in Mexico exemplifies Daimler Trucks overarching strategy of acting globally but thinking locally.

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Commercial Fleets to Lead Hydrogen Adoption

Hydrogen as an energy source can benefit a variety of functions of the global economy, including fleet operations, according to a new study from the Hydrogen Council.

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Toyota Producing Corolla in Venezuela Despite Economic Headwinds

Toyota is launching a new Corolla model in Venezuela and has no plans to leave the country.

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