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NAFA Unveils Cutting-Edge Education Session Lineup for 2024 Institute & Expo: Empowering Fleet Management for Tomorrow’s Challenges

Edison, N.J. (January 9, 2024)NAFA Fleet Management Association (NAFA), the vehicle fleet industry’s largest membership association, today unveiled its education session line-up for NAFA’s 2024 Institute & Expo, the industry’s largest gathering of fleet and mobility professionals. This year’s conference will take place April 22-24 in San Antonio, TX.

“We take great pride in introducing the robust educational sessions for this year’s 2024 Institute & Expo,” stated Bill Schankel, CAE, NAFA CEO. “We invite all those in the industry to join us in San Antonio for an exceptional opportunity to acquire invaluable knowledge and strategic insights essential for the advancement of fleet operations. This event will allow all of our attendees the opportunity to support and further their expertise that will distinguish them within the industry.”

Over the course of three days, attendees can engage with immersive educational offerings designed to equip them with solutions for their everyday challenges and strategies for future fleet operations. Session tracks include:

  • Emerging Technologies – This track immerses attendees in the forefront of fleet innovation, providing key insights to optimize fleets for the future. Sessions will cover:
      • EV Planning
      • EV Battery Charging
      • Telematics and 5G
      • Cyber and Physical Security
  • Law Enforcement – This track is tailored to address the unique needs of law enforcement fleets, focusing on optimizing fleet operations, enhancing performance and ensuring reliability in the demanding environments where these vehicles operate. Sessions will cover:
      • Electrification of Law Enforcement Fleets
      • Preventative Maintenance
  • Operations Management – This track delves into the core aspects of fleet administration and efficiency, offering insights into maximizing operational effectiveness, adapting to evolving facility needs, optimizing driver performance, ensuring compliance and fostering a resilient workforce. Sessions will cover:
      • Fleet optimization
      • Future-Proofing Fleet Facilities
      • Driver Productivity and Retention
      • Regulatory compliance
  • Strategy – This track navigates the overarching frameworks crucial for fleet success, exploring innovative approaches to maximize efficiency, cost-effectiveness and sustainability while adapting to dynamic market landscapes and operational demands. Sessions will cover:
      • Supply Chain Management
      • Motorpool & Right-Sizing
      • Grants, Incentives and Rebates
      • Total Cost of Ownership
  • Sustainability – This track encompasses pivotal aspects shaping the future of fleets, focusing on the transition to sustainable practices, partnerships for emission reduction, effective technician recruitment and strategies for long-term environmental impact mitigation within fleet operations. Session will cover: 
      • EV Transition
      • Choosing the Right EV Charging Partner
      • Alternative Fuel Management
      • Joint Partnership in Decarbonization
      • Finding and Retaining Qualified Technicians
  • Additional tracks include DEIA, Legislative, Safety, Technicians and more. 

View the full list of education sessions for more information.

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About NAFA Fleet Management Association
NAFA Fleet Management Association is the membership organization for professionals who manage the mobility requirements of vehicle fleets that include commercial, public safety, trucks, and buses of all types and sizes, and a wide range of military and off-road equipment for corporations, governments, universities, utility fleets, and law enforcement in North America and across the globe. NAFA’s members are responsible for the specification, acquisition, maintenance, repair, fueling, risk management, and remarketing of more than 4.8 million vehicles that drive an estimated 84 billion miles each year. NAFA’s members control assets and services well above $122 billion each year.

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