As 2016 comes to an end, Global Fleet Management eNews looked back at the Top 10 news stories for the year based on popularity.
Fleet management news items were among the top news items of the year as were corporate governance, awards, technology, and cutting-edge fleets, showing, not surprisingly, that the readers of Global Fleet Management eNews are interested in the big picture of the global fleet market.
Following are links to the Top 10 news items from 1 to 10 based on reader popularity:
Known as the Global Fleet Deep Dive, the five pre-conference concurrent educational tracks will address themes impacting multinational fleets on topics dealing with safety, mobility, technology, and complex fleets.
Fleet registrations in Norway reported from January 2018 to September 2018 were only 400 assets short of what was reported from the same period of time last year, despite the total market showing a 4.2% decline.
Registrations in the United Kingdom true fleet market saw a 6.1% drop for the month of October, continuing a slide that was driven heavily by effects of the the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) deadline in September.
Under this latest supply agreement with Hyundai, Wabco will furnish the manufacturer with a broad portfolio of its advanced technologies to support series production of Hyundai’s new medium-duty trucks in South Korea.
Highlights of the upcoming Fleet Europe Summit includes the fifth meeting of the Global Fleet Advisory Board for Latin America; the meeting of the Global Fleet Managers Club; Geotab’s Mobility Connect event; an electric vehicle ride-and-drive; networking opportunities, and several automotive remarketing forums.
Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited launched a new fleet management solution that is designed to offer Mitsubishi's fleet customers an array of services and solutions aimed at enhancing mobile resource visibility, safety, and uptime, while reducing total cost of ownership.
Morgan Truck Body and its subsidiary, Morgan Canada Corporation, have acquired Multivans to increase its market share and growth and aims to produce truck bodies that accommodate cargo of varying configurations.
Registrations for the Italian true fleet market were down by 33.8% in September, presenting a similar decline seen by the German fleet market following the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) deadline on Sept. 1.