Topics discussed included the emergence of more electric vehicles in fleet operations, the proliferation of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), the increased complexity in fleet maintenance along with the lack of technicians in the market, an increase in vehicle diagnostics capabilities, and changes that have occurred as a result of the pandemic.
The decision was made to postpone the event, providing organizations and attendees more time to plan, evaluate budgets and resources, and determine staff travel for next year.
Recognizing the critical need for reliable temperature-controlled airfreight solutions for safe transportation of vaccines and pharmaceuticals, Thermo King and Envirotainer are ready to meet the increasing shipping needs of the healthcare and aviation industries.
The maker of commercial electric vehicles won’t meet its projected production target of 300-400 vehicles in 2020 in part due to more than 36% of its production-related staff having contracted the coronavirus or quarantined awaiting results.
According to a recent Fleet Advantage industry survey, companies were able to modify and scale their truck operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry announced it will not be possible to produce Work Truck Week in its traditional in-person format next year. Work Truck Week will return to Indianapolis March 8–11, 2022
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, owners and fleet managers of service businesses still need to manage their fleets, but may not want to go to the office daily and risk possible exposure to themselves or others. What are the options?
Upfitters experienced a whipsaw effect of robust fleet orders straining their pre-pandemic production capacity and within the space of a month were struggling with chassis shortages due to the suspension of vehicle production.
The Larson Electronics handheld UV disinfection wand can sanitize tables, desks, work stations, equipment, machines, and more.
A first-of-its kind vehicle will be hitting the streets this autumn in Colorado as an all-new, all-electric, ‘Magic Bus’ Mobile Preschool will serve to put early-childhood education on wheels.