Every driver is unique. That’s especially true for fleets with a diverse group of people behind the wheel. With safety as their top priority, fleet operators should seek out new vehicles that are designed to optimize protection for all of their drivers, regardless of gender, size, or technical ability.
The chair of the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP), a UK-based organization representing the interests of fleet managers, believes fleets should skip plug-in hybrid models on fleet policies and focus on pure electric models.
Today’s international market conditions are not so different than they were 20 years ago and there are opportunities to be had (but no one said it was easy).
Csaba Vincze has been named the new fleet director of Nissan Motor in the UK. Vincze takes over the role recently vacated by Peter McDonald, who left to become mobility director at automotive energy tech company Ohme.
The plan hopes to boost Geely Auto Group Sales to over 3.6 million units, outlines an electrical and sustainable future, and teases BEV, HEV, and long-range PHEV models with ranges up to 200 km. The plan also hopes to reduce total emissions by 25% by 2025 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2045.
Ryan Johnson will succeed Shahbo in his previous position. Johnson was general manager of Enterprise’s Southeast England group, the company’s largest UK region.