Attendees lined up to get a first look at the new Ford Transit van. Photo courtesy of Ford.

Attendees lined up to get a first look at the new Ford Transit van. Photo courtesy of Ford.

The Ford Fleet Advisory Board recently held a meeting to discuss issues related to fleet operations and upcoming products, and provide feedback to the automaker.

Ford's North American Fleet, Lease, and Remarketing Operations (NAFLRO) held its 2013 Fall Fleet Advisory Board meeting in Dearborn, Mich., October 16-18. Attendees received an overview of Ford's current and upcoming products, discussed vehicle safety, and were treated a tour of the automaker's Flat Rock Plant, where the Ford Fusion and Ford Mustang are assembled.

The first day included a company update by John Ruppert, general manager, commercial and government operations, and a model overview by Gerry Koss, fleet marketing manager. The second day looked at specific model segments, including car, SUV, CUV, and truck models. The final day ended with the tour of the Flat Rock Assembly plant.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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