Daimler FleetBoard and Shell meet to discuss the future of Green Fleet Telematics

Daimler FleetBoard and Shell meet to discuss the future of Green Fleet Telematics

2010 is a year of great recovery and opportunities for the fleet telematics industry. Companies are rapidly repositioning their fleet solutions to help clients achieve greater efficiencies and greener fleets. Green fleet telematics sector, in particular, has great potential for growth in 2010” Anil Valsan, Global Director of Research, Automotive & Transportation Practice, Frost & Sullivan

To discuss these in greater detail, giants such as Daimler FleetBoard and Shell will be joining Anil Valsan at the Fleet & Asset Management Conference & Expo on the 23rd & 24th of February in Amsterdam.

Marcus Lipinsky, Managing Director, Daimler FleetBoard, would discuss the issue of Green trucking: eco-friendly logistics through Commercial Vehicle telematics as part of his keynote which would reveal the key elements that make their fleet telematics system ‘FleetBoard’ successful with end-users.

And Lauran Wetemans, B2B- Commercial Road Transport General Manager Benelux & France, Shell, is scheduled to present his keynote on the power of eco-friendly telematics solutions in-cab and throw some light on how unlock the profit potential behind smart technologies in the industry

In addition, over 25 of the industry’s leading names will present their views on these crucial issues and share their secrets to market dominance. The speaker line-up will include TNT, Scania, UPS, Iveco, Qualcomm, the European Commission, GE, amongst several others. 150 senior level industry professionals are all set to join them in February this year to meet, network and help push the industry forward.

The full conference programme is now available at http://www.telematicsupdate.com/fleeteurope/brochure.shtml

For more details on the conference

Gargi Iyer, Global Conference Director, Telematics Update

+44 207 375 7546 giyer@telematicsupdate.com

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