CHARLOTTE, NC - Global fleet management information software provider, Chevin Fleet Solutions, will demonstrate its market-leading technology at the annual NAFA Institute and Expo, Charlotte, N.C. (April 9 - 12) and be on hand to share its expertise on streamlining fleet operations with other fleet professionals.

Chevin Fleet Solutions is responsible for creating the world’s first ever web-based fleet and asset management application, FleetWave, and the only fully asset-centric desktop-based enterprise system, RoadBASE. The two products will be on display at booth 1209 for delegates to try out for themselves at the expo.

Ron Katz, Chevin Fleet Solutions’ US Vice President commented: “With increasing pressure caused by the rising cost of fuel, ongoing influence of regulations and general market pressures, organizations are constantly looking to indentify unnecessary costs and drive out inefficiencies. This process is made all the more difficult by out-dated reporting systems that often conceal fleet inefficiencies, preventing organizations from making significant positive impacts to fleet running costs. During the conference, we’re hoping to help attendees understand how to improve their fleet management practices and more effectively manage their fleets through information rather than instinct.”

NAFA I&E attendees will also be able to discuss their individual fleet make-up and their specific fleet management requirements with Chevin’s experienced staff, who will be available to offer assistance on ways to minimize unnecessary fuel consumption, consistently comply with regulations, reduce administrative burden, and optimize vehicle and equipment utilization.

Chevin’s has more than two decades of experience working with private, public and aid sector fleets, with clients that include General Motors, the State of New York and the World Food Programme.

NAFA I&E attendees are invited to visit booth 1209 for a brief demonstration of FleetWave and RoadBASE. For more information about Chevin Fleet Solutions, visit and follow on Twitter @ChevinTweet.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet