Every year, organizations within the fleet industry host events and conferences that are filled with topical content, educational sessions, networking spaces and other opportunities essential to the industry. Here are some major fleet events, including events with close ties to the industry, this year that should be on your radar.
Safety is a top area of concern for fleets where technology continues to play a large role in improving the well-being of drivers and making safety risks easier to control.
Investment in telematics is critical and the industry knows it. The proliferation of telematics solutions in the fleet industry has been rising and will continue its upward trajectory as the technology grows and develops in terms of what it offers fleets
The Geotab Connect 2020 conference hosted approximately 1,500 attendees in San Diego, California, which was held Jan. 13 - 16, 2020 at the San Diego Convention Center.
Geotab Connect 2020 was held Jan. 13 – 16, 2020 at the San Diego Convention center and centered on Geotab’s latest product features and telematics improvements, offered live training opportunities from in-house experts, and had ample networking opportunities with Geotab Resellers and Marketplace Partners.
Mazda has expanded its 2020 model year incentives list to include the CX-30, bringing its 2020-MY incentive program to a total of eight vehicles.
Automotive Fleet has assembled a list of some of the most popular fleet vehicles, according to FMC data, and reviewed the MPG of top trim levels for fleets.
Some commercial fleet drivers are tasked with duties that include transporting varying types of materials for their company. For example, sales personnel may have to deliver product samples, literature, point-of-sale merchandise, and more.
Volvo's commercial sales team named its new commercial fleet manager Erik Asplund earlier in the year following a reorganization at Volvo Car USA.
Automotive Fleet’s 2018 Edward J. Bobit Professional Fleet Manager of the Year Phil Samuelson, fleet and capital asset manager at USIC, recently issued a $5,000 scholarship check to Bentley University, which was donated by the Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA).