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Ebbon-Dacs has updated its Leaselink e-procurement platform as it also reveals plans for more streamlined updates in the future.
Driver risk management specialist eDriving has appointed Cory Fee as vice president of customer success for Asia Pacific/ Middle East and Africa (AMEA).
Enterprise Holdings has opened operations for its Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands in Finland.
Ride-hailing platform Karhoo has teamed up with Spanish taxi firm Taksee to launch a new roaming partnership.
Registrations of commercial vehicles in the EU continued to grow in February, with rises seen in all segments.
Chevin Fleet Solutions has added 13 new team members to its UK and North American offices in line with its ongoing business growth.
Volvo is to use in-car cameras and autonomous driving features in future models to help detect drunk or distracted drivers and take action as necessary.
Toyota and Suzuki are to collaborate on technological development and production in a move to gear up for wider use of hybrid technologies.
Albéric Chopelin has been appointed as the new chief commercial and customer officer at Europcar Mobility Group, and consequently joins the Management Board.
LeasePlan has said it’s conducting a review of strategic alternatives for its CarNext.com business, which allows drivers to buy, lease or finance its ex-fleet cars.
Kia is to add a new crossover variant to its Ceed line-up, bringing a rival to the Volkswagen T-Roc.
Škoda is testing a scheme that could see drivers able to have deliveries made securely to their car boot.
Shareholders at TomTom have given the green light to the sale of the firm’s telematics business to Bridgestone Europe.
Ford is pushing ahead with voluntary redundancy programmes in Germany and the UK as part of comprehensive restructuring plans.
Gett is rebranding its One Transport division as Gett Business Solutions as it launches a new suite of services.
Applied Driving Techniques (ADT) has teamed up with artificially intelligent mobile solutions specialist Sfara to develop a new fleet safety and compliance solution that provides targeted training without fleet manager intervention.
Opel is to reopen sales and production in Russia as part of Groupe PSA growth plans.
Tesla has revealed its Model Y compact SUV, which launches from 2020 to bring seven-seat versatility and up to 480km for its official range.
Arval’s global leased fleet grew 8.2% in 2018, helped by strong growth in private leasing as well as the SME corporate sector.
Goupil Industrie, a French manufacturer of industrial electric vehicles, is deploying Geotab’s telematics platform to help its customers enhance their fleet efficiency and management.
European new car registration growth remained negative in February, despite showing signs of improvement compared to recent months.
The International Fleet Meeting has once again taken place at the Geneva Motor Show, bringing an insight into the switch to electric fleets for attendees.
Yasuhiro Aoyama, currently managing executive officer at Mazda Motor Corporation in Japan, is to become president & CEO of Mazda Motor Europe, effective 1 April 2019.
Infiniti is to withdraw from Western Europe as part of a restructuring plan that will also see UK production of Infiniti models cease by the middle of this year.
Michelin and automotive technology firm Faurecia are creating a joint venture to develop, produce and market hydrogen fuel cell systems for light vehicles, utility vehicles, trucks and other applications.
UK vehicle data company Cazana.com has closed its crowd-fundraise on Crowdcube, after raising more than £1.5m (€1.74m) and gaining over 150% of its target investment to push its global growth plans.
Citroën’s cube-like Ami One Concept, previewed at the Geneva Motor Show, provides an answer to drivers’ challenges when navigating around cities and finding parking while also providing a car-sharing solution for those who don’t …
Rating agency Moody’s has downgraded its outlook on the global auto industry from stable to negative due to political challenges such as US tariffs and a potential no-deal Brexit.
Tests on three Jaguar Land Rover models have shown the diesel engines used are meeting and beating Euro 6 emissions limits ahead of schedule.