Week Two of the 2021 Global Fleet Experience, a month-long virtual event, will feature four new sessions on Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom as well as best practices in managing vehicle residual values in a globally dispersed fleet on May 11 and May 13. To register for any or all sessions, visit https://www.globalfleetexperience.com
May 7, 2021
February is usually one of the weaker months of the year as many operators wait for the new March number plates, but 2021 saw the strongest February since 1998.
March 9, 2021
Topics discussed include what impact the COVID-19 lockdowns had on fleet management in the country, and what post-pandemic fleet activity could look like. The impact Brexit has had on the U.K. fleet industry, and the country’s tax policies to stimulate the sales of electric vehicles is also discussed.
February 24, 2021
The United Kingdom new light commercial vehicle market enjoyed growth for the first month of the year as registrations of large vans single-handedly drove demand, surging 25.4% as all other segments experience double-digit decline.
February 9, 2021
New car sales in the United Kingdom fell 29.4% last year, indicating their biggest annual drop since 1943 and the toughest year for the market since 1992, led by COVID-19 lockdown measures.
January 6, 2021
Ford Fleet Management products and services are backed by a digitally connected ecosystem, which is designed to keep business vehicles working and on the road.
December 29, 2020
Data shows that roughly one in seven cars and vans now operated by U.K. companies is either a hybrid or full electric vehicle, illustrating how they are becoming an everyday part of transport for businesses.
December 15, 2020