30 Apr 21

Future-proof your fleet programme for North America at the Global Fleet Conference

The 2021 Global Fleet Conference takes you on a virtual tour of the whole world, giving you the opportunity to dive into fleet & mobility in all regions on this planet. From 8 to 9pm CET, the Conference will focus on North America, together with Europe, one of the world’s most mature fleet region.

Register now for the 2021 Global Fleet Conference on 12 May

North America characterised by a preference for open-end leasing and it has predominantly a tool-of-trade fleet with pick-ups, trucks and vans. For these fleets, maximising the utilisation rate is key.

But the market is also open for initiatives in fleet electrification and there is a strong appetite for connected tech and telematics. In this session, you will learn how to set up a future-proof fleet programme for North America.

Regional Stream North America

Walk-in from Jorge Fernández, Roche

Jorge Fernández, Global Category Manager Car Fleet, Roche, won the 2019 Global Fleet Manager of the Year Award. The jury was particularly impressed by the detailed cost analysis of his strategy.

State of the North American Fleet Market

David Hayward (pictured below, left), Vice President and Mike Camnetar (pictured below, right), Sr. Vice President, NAFA Fleet Management Association, will outline the state of the North America Fleet Market.

Creating a winning strategy for North America

Case study by Rachel JOHNSON, Rachel Johnson, Fleet Specialist, Region Americas, Konecranes Lifting Businesses

How to boost fleet management efficiency in North America

Panel discussion with:

  • Kimberly FISCHER (photo not yet received at time of publication), Global Fleet & Travel Manager, National Oilwell Varco
  • Tom CALLAHAN (pictured below, left), CEO, Donlen
  • Vinzenz PFLANZ (pictured below, right), President Corporate Sales, Sixt

Get full details on the 2021 Global Fleet Conference and register on the event website

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Authored by: Benjamin Uyttebroeck