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4 Cost-Saving Initiatives Fleets Can Leverage

Fleet managers are constantly tasked with coming up with new ways to reduce costs. Two fleet industry professionals at a NAFA meeting presented multiple strategies to help facilitate that goal.

Element Senior Exec Sticha Retires

Mary Sticha, a veteran fleet management company executive who held leadership roles with two prominent industry associations, retired earlier this year.

NAFA I&E's Day Two Wraps Up

The second day of NAFA I&E 2019 was highlighted by the opening of its expo hall, more educational sessions, and the final day of the CAFM U Bootcamp.

NAFA I&E Sessions Cover Procurement, AVs, and Fraud

The second day of NAFA I&E 2019 was host to more educational sessions that appealed to a broad variety of topics pertinent to fleet management, including how autonomous vehicles may impact the fleet industry, procurement's relationship with fleet, and reducing fleets exposure to fraud.

No Pain, No Gain

Fortunately, underneath the endless piles of fleet paperwork and daily roadblocks that can make fleet a struggle often lays passion for the industry.

Industry Pioneer Recalls Accident Management Origins

Accident management is one of the key services fleets use to help control costs. It wasn’t always the case; one of the pioneers of this service, Bob Martines, explains its origins, where it is today, and where it’s headed.

NAFA Partners with Global Fleet Conference

The NAFA Fleet Management Association has become an association partner with Bobit Business Media for the 2019 Global Fleet Conference, taking place from June 4-6 at the Hilton Miami Downtown.