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A German bakery famed for its traditional Christmas cookies is continuing to rely on Mercedes-Benz vans after 30 years of running vehicles from the brand.
Active and passive safety including automatic emergency braking systems and active lane keeping technology could be mandatory on new vehicles in the future under European Commission plans.
Iveco and SAIC are to restructure their joint ventures in China to further boost market development.
Volkswagen has confirmed it will launch a seven-seat version of the Tiguan next year in Europe, China and North America.
NAFA Fleet Management Association in North America has partnered with Instituto PARAR, the Brazilian light-duty fleet association.
Opel has said that sales of its new Ampera-e will kick off in Norway – the most mature electric vehicle market in Europe – first with Germany, Netherlands, France and Switzerland next in line.
The Italian State Police has taken delivery of the first in a number of new Jeep and Alfa Romeo fleet vehicles.
Mercedes has unveiled its new E-Class Coupé, which launches next year, bringing increased space and latest technologies.
Demand for passenger cars in the UK rebounded in November, helping to push the market to a 7.1% increase year to date.
Paragon has launched a Japanese language option as it reports growing global take-up of its routing and scheduling software.
The Volkswagen Group has invested in the Hubject digital EV charging platform as it pushes ahead with plans to transform itself into a leader in e-mobility.
Thomas Hemmerich is to succeed Simon Elliott as managing director of MAN Truck & Bus UK from 1 February 2017 as the company ramps up for the launch of its TGE van.
The organisers of the 1st International Trade Fair for Environmental Fleet EkoFlota: Innovation, Environment, Mobility have reported great results for the 2016 event.
A new report that sets out new approaches to road safety has won the 2017 Special Award of the Prince Michael of Kent International Road Safety Awards.
Audi has launched its Audi on demand car sharing service in Munich, marking its first German location.
Chevin Fleet Solutions has completely redeveloped its website to bring extended regional sites for its expanding global audience.
The European Commission is to clamp down on seven member states, including the Germany and UK, for their role in not preventing the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
Telematics provider In-car Cleverness has boosted data and network capabilities for its fleet customers under a new collaboration with cellular network operator Aeris.
Renault is to present a new Kangoo Z.E. with 50% more range at the 2017 European Motor Show in January, following the addition of a new motor and battery package.
Audi has started to deploy new technology that will communicate with traffic lights and tells drivers when the lights will go green to help optimise traffic flow, cut fuel costs and save time.
Vulog, a European specialist in car sharing technology, is to expand into the US, as it continues to build on its successes in Europe and Canada.
The fleet and road safety industry is mourning the loss of international occupational road safety expert Dr Will Murray who passed away suddenly last weekend from an undiagnosed illness.
Opel has published the first images of the new Insignia prior to its unveiling next March at the Geneva Motor Show.
Xylem, a leading global water technology company, has awarded LeasePlan for its commitment to the development and implementation of Xylem’s ‘LeanFleet’ programme.
Volkswagen Group has revealed plans for its new mobility services company, dubbed MOIA. MOIA will develop and market its own mobility services either independently or in partnership with cities and existing transport systems. Ole Harms, CEO ...
Strategic Analytics Team (SAT), a specialist in logistics Operational Expertise Management specialist, has partnered with Australian technology company JESI Management Solutions to offer journey management software to fleets. JESI's software will be rolled out ...
Europe’s automobile manufacturers and automotive suppliers are to join forces to find a solution for secure and safe access to vehicle data to interested market participants, including leasing and fleet management firms.
The Dutch police have taken delivery of the first of 300 new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 316 CDI vans.