ARI, a global fleet services provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, and Auto Truck Group, a work truck upfitter specializing in the design, manufacture, and installation of truck and van equipment, will once again have an extensive presence at the annual NTEA Work Truck Show held March 3-6 in Indianapolis.
ARI’s fleet management experts and Auto Truck Group’s manufacturing specialists will be on hand to discuss strategies that help vocational fleet operators simplify their complex supply chain. Rounding out the full array of Holman Enterprises’ fleet optimization solutions will be Holman Parts Distribution and Kargo Master, who will also exhibit at the conference.
On the show floor, the Holman Enterprises fleet-focused businesses invite attendees to visit the organization’s booth - #4691 - to experience an extensive display of vehicles featuring a variety of upfit proficiencies often associated with complex fleets.
The organization’s vocational fleet specialists will also share strategies for strengthening the supply chain, demonstrate how a streamlined process can help put work-ready vehicles on the road sooner, showcase an extensive lineup of vehicle productivity solutions, and highlight how to maximize vehicle uptime using a national sourcing solution for original equipment (OE) powertrain components.
Additionally, representatives from ARI and Auto Truck Group will participate in a pair of educational sessions during the conference. On Tuesday, March 3 at 2:30 p.m., Auto Truck Group’s Engineering Supervisor Kyle Stipe will contribute to a panel discussion that will explore how upfitters and manufacturers can leverage innovation and the intrinsic values of their organization to ensure their products stand out in this highly competitive segment of the industry.
On March 4 at 9:30 a.m. during NAFA’s Tri-State Chapter Meeting at the Work Truck Show, ARI’s Manager of Truck Specification Jonathan Roig joins a panel of his peers who will examine strategies and best practices for branding fleet vehicles.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online
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