15 Feb 23

Jumping fleet management hurdles in Latin America - Fleet LatAm Expert Meeting

In 2023, much of Latin America will still be facing economic and supply chain challenges, so knowing local and regional peculiarities is an absolute must to reducing your total cost of ownership (TCO) and optimizing your overall fleet operation.

There are several ways to successfully tackle these challenges, and this is the topic of the first Fleet Latam Expert Meeting of 2023. Taking place 7 March from 9am-11am CST/UTC -6 (Mexico City), the online meeting is entitled “Successfully governing your Latam fleet despite economic and vehicle supply challenges." Get your free ticket here

The Agenda

At 9am, Fleet LatAm Chairman Pascal Serres (pictured left) will kick off the Expert Meeting, including a presentation of the all-new Fleet LatAm Advisory Board.

Thereafter (9:15), Fleet LatAm board VP Rodrigo Monroy, who is the Latam Fleet Manager at Novartis, and Frost & Sullivan Director, Automotive, Latin America Lorena Isla will talk about the economic outlook in the region and the impact inflation has on business. 

At 9:45: ALD Automotive Regional Key Account Director Latam Sergio Lecue will talk about vehicle supplies and shedding light on how to overcome car shortages.

Rodrigo Monroy, Lorena Isla, Sergio Lecue (source: Fleet LatAm)

Thereafter, a Panel Discussion is scheduled at 10:35 on how to successfully manage TCO in your Latam fleet. It will include the participatio of Pfizer Latam fleet & travel manager Karina Uribe, Arval Business Development Director for Latin America Ricardo de Bolle and Juan Cardona, AVP Sales Latin America at Geotab.

Karina Uribe, Ricardo de Bolle, Juan Cardona (source: Fleet LatAm)

The event will wrap up at 10:55 with a 5-minute conclusion as well as a sneak peek at the events to come. One to look out for is the 2023 Global Fleet Conference from 15 to 17 May in Cascais, Portugal, with a dedicated expert meeting about fleet management in Latam.

Authored by: Daniel Bland