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Could the U.S. fleet market of the future evolve in the same direction as the European fleet market? The key factor driving the European fleet market from the 1960s to present has been a high taxation environment. There are many indicators that point to the U.S. entering a new era of very high taxation. Could the same future unfold for the U.S. fleet market as it did in Europe? In my mind, this is not a far-fetched scenario.

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Europe, China Post Strong January Auto Sales

In January, the European, Chinese, and Japanese auto markets posted substantial gains. In contrast, the auto markets in the U.S., Russia, and India saw their market sales contract.

Chevrolet to Exit Europe

General Motors has announced that, beginning in 2016, it will compete in Europe’s volume markets under its Opel and Vauxhall brands.

High-Roof Ford Transit Custom to be Available in Europe

Ford Motor Company has announced a new high-roof version of the Transit Custom one-tonne commercial vehicle offering 20 percent more load volume than the low-roof model is now available to order in Europe for delivery later this year.

Global Fleet Management Conference in Phoenix Resonates with Multinational Fleet Managers

Bobit Business Media, in partnership with the publisher of Fleet Europe magazine, Nexus Communication, is launching the all-new Global Fleet Management Conference to be held Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 2013 in Phoenix. The idea of a global fleet conference has resonated with fleet managers of the world’s largest multinational organizations. We have assembled some of the brightest minds in fleet management in both North America and Europe to help develop the agenda for this all-new conference.