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OEM, or original equipment manufacturer, generally refers to automotive manufacturers. It can also refer to the manufacturer of origin for any product. This is typically cpmpany that produces non-aftermarket parts and equipment that can be used and modified by others.

Most OEMs to Continue Fleet Allocation Ordering in MY-2024

Fleet order allocations will remain into MY-2024 ordering due to ongoing supply constraints and the large pent-up demand created by earlier, unfulfilled fleet vehicle orders.

The EV Buildout is Creating New OEM-Fleet Virtual Relationships

GM’s EV Live is designed to give immediate customer support for dealers, utilities, GM employees, potential buyers, and fleet customers — from a studio in which users can interact with subject matter experts and live product displays.

Sourcing Constraints Continue to Cause Anxiety Among Fleets in 2023

Originally designed to create order and fairness to the fleet ordering process, OEM controlled allocation systems, instead have produced unintended consequences and frustrating challenges to fleets.

Fleet Meet: Sourcing Strategies and Supplier Relationships

In this new Global Fleet video, Hans Damen and Mike Antich discuss sole supplier versus multi-supplier relationships and the fleet trends in Europe and North America.


The Battle of NACS vs CCS: Will There Be a Winner?

As EV charging infrastructure is developed across the U.S., a battle is emerging between Tesla’s North American Charging Standard (NACS) and Combined Charging System (CCS). Automakers are taking sides.

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