Fleet Forward Port of Los Angeles: Fleet Manager's Roundtable



This Fleet Forward: the Tour roundtable discussion provides insights for elevating fleet management practices.


Interested in keeping your fleets productive and safe while balancing initiatives to improve sustainability and efficiency? Join this Fleet Forward: the Tour roundtable discussion to learn from seasoned fleet professionals on elevating your fleet management practices.

With a focus on California — and in a national context — the panel will dig into how they’re balancing sustainability initiatives and regulatory and compliance challenges with the overall goal of keeping their fleets efficient, productive, and safe.  

During this seminar, experts can help attendees with questions, such as: How do you communicate sustainability efforts to customers, stakeholders, and the broader community? What should fleets consider when planning vehicle purchases or leases in the next few years?

Alongside NAFA President Mike Camnetar, panelists include:

  • Bob Mossing, manager of fleet support and operations for Davey Resource Group.
  • Beth Cooley, director of fleet management for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  • Bradley Northup, public works superintendent and fleet operations for the city of Carlsbad.
  • Amy McAdams, fleet manager for Climate Pros.

Fleet Forward: the Tour will convene a one-day event on June 12 at the Doubletree Port of Los Angeles. The event will address ACF and other regulations, provide insights and solutions for fleet compliance, and updates on building charging infrastructure for heavy-duty applications and managing multiple utilities.

Held in conjunction with NAFA-the Fleet Management Association, the June 12 Tour stop agenda includes seminars, tabletop exhibits, networking, lunch, and a vehicle ride and drive. Registration is free for fleet operators. See who else is in the lineup and register for the event. 

This year, the Tour consists of a West and East Coast event. The second Tour stop will be in Somerset, N.J., on Sept. 10.



Source link

Scroll to Top