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ARI and Its GFS Partners to Host 4th Annual Global Fleet Conference in Brussels

October 4, 2011- Press Release

MT LAUREL, NJ – ARI - Automotive Resources International - a leading global fleet services provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, announced the 4th annual GFS Global Fleet Conference to be held October 5-7 in Brussels, Belgium. For the second time the conference will take place in a European city. It will explore the major questions and challenges currently facing global fleets.

Jim Creighton.
Jim Creighton.

“As many businesses expand their fleet operations into new international territories and regions, it is essential that fleet managers and key decision makers have a keen understanding of the rules, regulations and complexities of each of these regions,” said Jim Creighton, vice president global operations and chairman of the board for Global Fleet Services (GFS). “This conference provides a place where fleet leaders can get a true global perspective and share ideas, strategies and issues.”

Tony Elliott.
Tony Elliott.

Participating GFS partners include ORIX from Asia and Australia, EQSTRA from Africa, and Renting and Total Fleet S.A. from South America. Leaders from each company will hold panel discussions, give presentations and host networking events about best practices in global fleet management.  ARI Director of European Sales & Consultation, Tony Elliott, will give a presentation on October 6 focusing on Global Policy, Compliance, Driver Behavior & Global Reporting. Since the conference is being held in Europe, all presentations will focus on other regions of the world.

Previous Global Fleet Conferences have been held in Barcelona, San Diego and Orlando.

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