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Nissan Expands Auto Production in Africa

Nissan is expanding vehicle production in Africa with the addition of a new assembly plant in Ghana, a country in West Africa, and Algeria in North Africa, continuing the Japanese automakers plans to further expand auto production on the continent.

Tunisia Fleet Market Recovering from Socio-Economic Upheavals

The top-selling OEM in Tunisia is Isuzu Motors with its D-Max truck, which is also the No. 1 selling vehicle. Isuzu has been assembling the D-Max in Tunisia since 2002. Citroen is the next best-selling commercial vehicle, followed by Peugeot.

South African Company Adds Drones to Fleet Operations

The drones, according to the company, are used to mark out routes that the drivers will be taking. Using the video recording feature of the drone, the company is able to supply its drivers with visual cues and familiar landmarks ahead of their drive.

Fleet Logistics Eyes Global Expansion

European fleet management provider Fleet Logistics is looking at expanding into other regions, including Africa, South America and Australia, as it continues its carefully controlled global expansion.

Telematics Offered to Businesses Across Africa

Novatel Wireless, Inc. and Mobile Telephone Network Group have announced a partnership agreement to offer Ctrack telematics solutions and services to MTN’s IoT customer base across Africa.

Dubai Logistics Company Rebrands Africa Operation

NEAH GES Dubai (GES) announced that its affiliates have completed the consolidation and the corporate rebranding of its business units in Africa, including new corporate logos, uniforms, vehicles, and other proprietary assets.