June 4 - 6, 2019 // Hilton Miami Downtown // Miami, FL

Deep Dive Tracks

Introducing the all-new Deep Dive tracks at Global Fleet Conference! Subject-specific content will be offered on Tuesday, June 4 from 1:00pm - 5:30pm. Topics include Safety, Technology, Vocational Fleets and Mobility. See below and keep checking back as more information will be added.

Last updated: January 2, 2019

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Global fleet experts will explore the latest trends in fleet safety management that are impacting wide-ranging countries around the world. This Deep Dive session will analyze safety best practices for multinational fleets that have operations in Latin America, Europe, Australasia, and North America; offering something new to anyone in attendance. It will address concerns that include harmonizing fleet policies by regions, identifying at-risk drivers, improving safety cultures, and analyzing safety policies for not only four-wheel vehicles, but also two-wheel vehicles.

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1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Fleet productivity and technology implementation are perennial concerns that impacts multinational fleets of all segments and sizes across the globe. How productive a company fleet is will help measure out how cost-effective its overall operations are, something closely watched by upper management. Fleet industry professionals in this session will analyze the ins and outs of what make a fleet productive, and also identify the elements of its operations that are holding it back from being as successful as it can be, which attendees can immediately apply to their operations.

Sponsored by

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Every fleet is different, and what works for one global region may not for another region. Vocational fleets, for example, have specific needs and regulatory requirements that are specific to their functions, and interested attendees can discover the details in this Deep Dive session. This Deep Dive track will focus on concerns that are closely bound to vocational fleet operations with multinational operations. Experts at this session will touch on major issues, which will include rising fixed costs, truck availability, order-to-delivery times, addressing fuel concerns, and more.

Sponsored by

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

New mobility solutions are changing the way fleets look at their operations and will only become more prominent moving forward, not only in North America, but in parts of the world that are in the vanguard. Developments such as ride-sharing, subscription services, vehicle pools, and the emergence of Mobility as a Service, overall, are becoming more common place, which makes attendance essential for those interested in staying ahead of the curve. Experts in this session will analyze the various developments of vehicle mobility, what to look out for, and how it will all impact the fleet industry moving forward.

Sponsored by:

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Deep Dive Track 5: Topic to be announced

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Networking Refreshment Break

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Global fleet experts will explore the latest trends in fleet safety management that are impacting wide-ranging countries around the world. This Deep Dive session will analyze safety best practices for multinational fleets that have operations in Latin America, Europe, Australasia, and North America; offering something new to anyone in attendance. It will address concerns that include harmonizing fleet policies by regions, identifying at-risk drivers, improving safety cultures, and analyzing safety policies for not only four-wheel vehicles, but also two-wheel vehicles.

Sponsored by

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Fleet productivity and technology implementation are perennial concerns that impacts multinational fleets of all segments and sizes across the globe. How productive a company fleet is will help measure out how cost-effective its overall operations are, something closely watched by upper management. Fleet industry professionals in this session will analyze the ins and outs of what make a fleet productive, and also identify the elements of its operations that are holding it back from being as successful as it can be, which attendees can immediately apply to their operations.

Sponsored by

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Every fleet is different, and what works for one global region may not for another region. Vocational fleets, for example, have specific needs and regulatory requirements that are specific to their functions, and interested attendees can discover the details in this Deep Dive session. This Deep Dive track will focus on concerns that are closely bound to vocational fleet operations with multinational operations. Experts at this session will touch on major issues, which will include rising fixed costs, truck availability, order-to-delivery times, addressing fuel concerns, and more.

Sponsored by

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

New mobility solutions are changing the way fleets look at their operations and will only become more prominent moving forward, not only in North America, but in parts of the world that are in the vanguard. Developments such as ride-sharing, subscription services, vehicle pools, and the emergence of Mobility as a Service, overall, are becoming more common place, which makes attendance essential for those interested in staying ahead of the curve. Experts in this session will analyze the various developments of vehicle mobility, what to look out for, and how it will all impact the fleet industry moving forward.

Sponsored by:

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Deep Dive Track 5: Topic to be announced

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