Top 10 Automotive-Fleet.com Articles of 2015
(Clockwise from top left): Kristi Webb, avoiding driver reimbursement, maintenance costs, and buying forecast
Consolidation among the fleet management companies continued in 2015, as Element Financial Corp. acquired GE Capital's fleet business a year after purchasing PHH Arval. The merger drove ongoing news coverage as well as reader interest in two in-depth Q&As with Kristi Webb, the former GE Capital Fleet Services CEO who was later appointed as CEO for Element Fleet Management.
Webb spoke with Automotive Fleet in both roles, first in May, and then in October. In the first, she explained the decision behind the sale and in the second she discussed the integration strategy.
Other top articles included reasons to avoid driver reimbursement, increasing maintenance costs, and a forecast of how fleet management would look in 2025.
Let's take a closer look at the top 10 articles of 2015:
- Why GE Decided to Sell Its Fleet Services Business
- Fleet Management 2025 Forecast: Productivity Tools
- 30 Reasons to Avoid Driver Reimbursement
- Fleet Management 2025 Forecast: Vehicle Maintenance
- Element Discusses Integration Strategy
- Maintenance Costs Increase with Longer Service Lives, Recalls
- 2016 Buying Forecast for Commercial Fleets
- Holman Automotive Celebrates More Than 90 Years in Business
- Fleet Managers' Salaries Continue to Rise
- How Telematics Is Improving Fleet Productivity
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