As electric vehicles are gradually implemented into AstraZeneca’s fleet, a key component to EV adoption will include a focus on educating drivers about how the technology works.
Fleets that are not aligning their business strategies to factor in the latest in fleet technological developments might be missing out on some of the most critical tools necessary to help them thrive in the industry.
Many businesses have implemented corporate sustainability initiatives, with fleet electrification programs being a critical component to this.
Closely addressing the perennial concerns of fleet safety is an area that has been essential to many successful fleets over the years, not just with the adoption of telematics solutions that help monitor driver behaviors, but also the incorporation of more advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) equipped vehicles.
Fleet managers who are looking to support very specific fleet needs for the respective business and industry will find a lot can be gained through the utilization of telematics, whether the solutions be centered around driver safety, productivity, idling, etc.
One current fleet initiative underway for Catherine Tillman, director of fleet, records management & travel at AbbVie is the development of a global data repository with which to consolidate global fleet data and generate meaningful fleet reports.
The company’s new electric vehicle delivery vans are targeting final-mile fleets operating in urban environments and is expecting its first product launch in Q3 2021.
Several of last year’s 2020 Fleet Visionaries detailed during a virtual webinar where their fleets have seen recent success, touching on the themes of sustainability, effective vehicle cycling, maintenance, and safety.
The Ford F-150 is entering its 14th generation for the 2021 model-year and will arrive with a slew of new workplace features and power options, highlighted by an all-new hybrid powertrain.
The Summer Roundtable was highlighted by discussions from key figures in the remarketing industry on how they’ve thrived in the current climate and their efforts for the future.
General Motors is hosting its first ever Virtual Solutions Summit for fleet customers, which opened on Aug. 25, 2020, and serves as an online showroom where attendees can view in depth-videos on products and services and the current state and future of General Motors and GM Fleet.
While the tried-and-true best practices of fleet safety are just as relevant as ever, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a whole new layer of challenge that fleets have had to address with regard to their safety programs.
Due to the wide range of fuel technologies available to fleet managers today, it's a great time to figure out which products and services are best suited for your fleet.
Beyond electric vehicles, there is a wide array of fueling options that fleets can consider when identifying the best alt-fuel solutions for their operations.
Beyond the technological advancements considering vehicles running on unleaded gasoline or diesel, alternative-fueling technologies still very much have a place in the fleet space and are continuing to see technological advancements as well.