Knowledge and inspiration meted out by enthusiastic professionals; could there be any better reason to add a fleet conference to the list of this year’s must-attend events?
NAFA 2016 Fleet Management Association Institute and Expo is that valuable, expectation-surpassing experience. This year’s gathering brings back not only more than 100,000 square feet of exposition space — displaying the latest developments in terminal equipment, fuel systems and vehicle upfitters — but also plans educational sessions on need-to-know topics such as “Driver Monitoring: Myths vs. Reality” and tips for improving fleet utilization and sharing.
As a prior I&E attendee noted, NAFA Fleet Management Association Institute and Expo is a great event regardless of whether one is a novice or veteran fleet employee. Between the show and the sessions, fleet professionals are guaranteed to leave with new knowledge, as well as more information on products that can benefit their fleets.
The event is the largest in the industry. Designed around the needs of managers, I&E provides a convenient and valuable opportunity to get the tools required to be successful and to increase networking power.
Compare experiences with thousands of fleet professionals; experience the latest services and products on the I&E Expo Floor; receive cutting-edge training and education to improve your city’s bottom line; attend special events; and hear from prominent keynote speakers, all in the course of a few days at one convenient location.
Among the required presentations for those who aim to update themselves on news, innovations, ideas and more is Move-Over advocate Donna Setaro’s keynote presentation. Her message of “Slow Down, Move Over, It’s the Law” will open I&E with an early assignment managers should take back to each and every one of their drivers. Catch it at 9 a.m. Thursday, April 21, at the Austin Convention Center, the location of I&E 2016.
“For fleet managers, delivering that understanding to every driver needs to be as common as assigning the vehicle,” NAFA CEO Phillip Russo, CAE, said.