The Deep Dive track titled Best Practices for Managing a Vocational Fleet, is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4 from 1:00 – 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Miami Downtown
 - Photo of the Miami skyline courtesy of Holgi via Pixabay.

The Deep Dive track titled Best Practices for Managing a Vocational Fleet, is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4 from 1:00 – 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Miami Downtown

Photo of the Miami skyline courtesy of Holgi via Pixabay.

ARI will host a presentation on vocational fleet best practices in key global markets at the 2019 Global Fleet Conference, which will feature a panel of several of the company's international fleet expert.

The Deep Dive track titled Best Practices for Managing a Vocational Fleet, is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4 from 1:00 – 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Miami Downtown, which is the first day of the Global Fleet Conference. During the educational sessions, a panel of ARI specialists will examine several of the complex challenges typically associated with operating a multinational vocational fleet and offer best practice recommendations to help organizations better manage their fleet at an international level.

The session will be a comprehensive discussion that examines each stage of the vehicle’s lifecycle in key global markets and will feature several of ARI’s international specialists from across the company’s operations in North America, Germany and the United Kingdom, according to ARI. Additionally, representatives from ARI’s global fleet services partners Eqstra Fleet Management and ORIX will also be on hand to share their regional expertise.

During the Deep Dive track, this group of international fleet experts will focus on the complexities of managing vocational fleets with multinational operations, according to the fleet management company. The sessions will offer an in-depth look at how vocational fleets are managed on a global scale, exploring major issues such as rising fixed costs, truck availability, order-to-delivery times, location specific fuel concerns, regulatory requirements and more.

Now in its seventh year, the Global Fleet Conference is tailored to the needs of executives and managers from the world’s largest multinational commercial fleets. This year, more than 300 attendees will convene in Miami, Florida from June 4 – 6 for three days of dedicated training, networking and education. For additional information or to register for the conference, please visit GlobalFleetConference.com.

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