Charles Reed, the long-time manager of national fleet sales operations for Subaru of America Inc., announced that he will retire on Jan. 4, capping a career with the automaker that is two months shy of 32 years. Reed has the distinction of being Subaru’s first-ever fleet manager.
In 2018, blog posts that covered a tax law change, the sale of Bobit Business Media, negligent entrustment, and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van ranked among the most viewed on AutomotiveFleet.com.
A Chinese commercial telematics service provider, G7, secured $320 million in funds toward the development of integrated fleet management solutions and services.
Chinese automaker Changan entered the Argentina market and officially launched two crossovers in the region, the CS15 and CS75.
Mazda’s 2019 Mazda3 arrives with new SkyActiv-X Engine technology, available all-wheel drive, and hatchback option.
Hyundai Motor Co. and Global Group of Algeria will jointly produce Hyundai’s commercial vehicles in Algeria as Hyundai continues to expand its foothold in the global commercial vehicle businesses.
An estimated 422 people could lose their lives in roadway crashes during the Christmas holiday period and another 438 traffic fatalities may occur over the New Year's holiday weekend, according to National Safety Council data predictions.
Fleet registrations in Germany were down 9.1% in November, though the month saw improvements over what was reported in September and October.
Volkswagen Group of America is offering fleet incentives on two of its 2019 car models, including the Jetta compact car and Passat midsize sedan, the company has announced.
Muncie Power Products Chris Fancher, senior vice president of information technology and administration, will retire at the end of December, according to the company.
The three-day conference will feature a new half-day deep-dive symposium covering five concurrent subject-specific sessions on major global fleet Topics.
Automakers are increasingly relying on advanced high-strength steel structures to improve the safety of their vehicles. Over 65 2019 model year vehicles that debuted in 2018 from automakers across the industry were composed of an advanced high-strength steel structure.