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GM to Invest $500M in Argentina Facility

Over the next three years, $300 million is set to be invested by GM itself, with the additional $200 million coming from the company’s supplier network.

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Visionscape Names Corporate Fleet Director

Allan Wells joined the company in August and is based in the Emirate of Dubai, one of the seven emirates that comprise the United Arab Emirates.

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UPS Increases Investments in China

UPS upped its investment in the Chinese market by enhancing its services in 20 cities in the country to better serve the manufacturers and exporters that will be powering the region's growth.

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Geotab Analyzes Commercial Accidents in Spain

Geotab telematics data from Spain shows that 62% of accidents were caused by speeding. The cost of annual traffic accidents has reached 177 million euros and 2 million lost working days in that country.

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Mitsubishi Fuso Launches Electric Truck Brand E-Fuso

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation launched E-Fuso, a product brand exclusively dedicated to electric trucks and buses, and unveiled its all-electric heavy-duty truck concept.

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Element Fleet Management Canada Names President

Element Fleet Management Canada has promoted its former chief commercial officer to the role of president.

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PSA Group Creates Used Car Peer-to-Peer Marketplace

PSA Group has created Carventura.com, a peer-to-peer used car marketplace, as a way to bolster its presence in the peer-to-peer marketplace in France, according to a company announcement.

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Foton, Cummins Cooperating on China Super Truck Program

China’s Foton Motor and Cummins have signed a memorandum of cooperation around the launch of the second stage of the China Super Truck program.

Maven is a car-sharing program offered by General Motors in partnership with a number of mobility service providers. Though targeted to young urban dwellers, the service could prove useful to fleets seeking to reduce their inventory or give drivers more transportation options. Photo courtesy of GM.

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Maven Makes Shared Mobility Possible

Launched by General Motors in January 2016, Maven is a car-sharing service that is spreading across North America and offering technology and terms that could prove irresistible to mobile fleets.

Graphic of the Middle East courtesy of Getty Images.

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State of the Middle East Commercial Fleet Market

All countries in the Middle East have been impacted by lower oil prices and the institution of austerity programs. Countering these economic headwinds are major infrastructure investments geared to stimulate national economies.

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