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Global Fleet News Roundup for 10.15.21

Global Fleet News Roundup for 10.15.21

Learn about the latest global fleet news from supply chain issues in North America, to fleet safety issues in Latin America, to the rise of car subscriptions in Europe, and China's change to climate policy.

October 21, 2021

UK Government Promises Better EV Infrastructure As AFP Forms New Kerbside Working Group
Nissan Joins the Global Fleet Conference
The National Road Administration of Romania (CNAIR) Has Ordered 135 Unimog Vehicles
Why Sustainability Is as Vital as Safety — and How Volvo Is Taking Action to Fight Climate Change
The Future of Fleet is Growth Through Change

The Future of Fleet is Growth Through Change

David Madrigal, executive vice president for Element Fleet Management, spoke with Automotive Fleet to discuss the fleet industry's current challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic and what the future may hold post-COVID.

October 17, 2021

ALD Acquires Fleetpool to Develop Digital Subscription Services
September Car Sales Continue YoY Rise in Australia
Consortium Bids $1.38 Billion for Smartgroup

Consortium Bids $1.38 Billion for Smartgroup

A consortium led by investment firm TPG Global has offered to acquire 100% of Australian-based specialist management services company Smartgroup for $1.38 billion.

October 13, 2021

Upfitter OTD Impacted by Labor & Parts Shortages

Upfitter OTD Impacted by Labor & Parts Shortages

Upfitters have been battered by inconsistent chassis deliveries from the OEMs, back-ordered parts, widespread labor shortages, constraints on ordering pre-fabricated parts, and higher expenses for aluminum and steel.

October 11, 2021

AFP Forms Kerbside Charging Group (KCG)

AFP Forms Kerbside Charging Group (KCG)

The newly formed collective will work with local governments to provide charging infrastructure in places where it is desperately needed.

October 11, 2021

Kate E. Tooley Named Fleet Visionary of the Year
Australia to Implement Tough New Side-Impact Safety Regulations

Australia to Implement Tough New Side-Impact Safety Regulations

Australia’s strictest pole-side impact safety regulations for light passenger and commercial vehicles sold in the country have prompted some car manufacturers to pull popular (but noncompliant) models from Australian markets this fall.

October 6, 2021

ABB Launches ‘World’s Fastest’ Electric Car Charger
Western Australia to Hold Zero-Emission Fleet Transition Expo
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