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Heineken Talks Global Fleet Safety Strategy

Heineken International established a road safety improvement program that is designed to measure, report, and verify driver behavior habits.

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Global Fleet Managers Club Holds Inaugural Meeting in Rome

The Global Fleet Managers Club gathered held its inaugural meeting during the 2018 Global Fleet Conference in Rome where members who manage global fleets could share best practices among colleagues, according to report from Nexus Communication.

Chevrolet Offers 24/7 Roadside Assistance to Saudi Women

The announcement follows the lifting of Saudi Arabia's ban on women drivers.

Hyundai Reorganizes Global Operations

Hyundai is establishing regional headquarters in the North America, Europe, and India regions in an effort to spur sustainable growth and enhance innovation.

Toyota, Suzuki Vehicle Production Collaboration Expands to Africa

Toyota and Suzuki’s collaboration to supply vehicles for India has expanded to Africa and other markets, according to Toyota.

LeasePlan, FCA Establish Lease Partnership for Several EU Markets

LeasePlan Corp N.V. and FCA have established an operational lease partnership in several European markets to focus on growth in the small and medium enterprise segment.

Germany Fines VW $1.18B for Diesel Cheating

Volkswagen AG has been fined $1.18 billion (1 billion euros) by public prosecutors in Germany over diesel emissions cheating in approximately 10.7 million vehicles.

2018 Global Fleet Conference Hits Record Attendance in Rome

More than 300 multinational fleet professionals attended the 2018 Global Fleet Conference, which was held at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center in Rome, Italy, on May 28-30, 2018.

2018 Global Fleet Conference in Pictures

Multinational fleet professionals from 31 countries met in Rome, Italy, for two days to discuss the latest trends and best practices in global fleet management.

Subaru Shuffles Board of Directors Amid Faulty Inspections

Subaru will shake up its board of directors in Japan amid new cases of product data fabrication.