In this issue
Fleet Logistics goes live in Latin America with Syngenta
Alternative fuel vehicle sales stable across EU in second quarter, says ACEA
Project EDWARD draws attention to European road deaths
Diesel to decline in five years, says UK fleet survey
German car market rebounds amid incentives for EVs
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Welcome to our latest newsletter
A very warm welcome to our latest newsletter. In this issue, we report on the latest developments from Latin and Central America where we have gone live with global agri-business Syngenta, managing a fleet of around 1,600 vehicles in eight countries across the region. We also look at the growing importance of Alternative Fuel Vehicles and the predicted decline of diesel-power, as well as assessing the relevance of driver training in reducing injury and accident costs.

We hope you find this month’s newsletter interesting and if there are any topics you would like to discuss further, please get in touch with one of our key contacts whose details are shown below.

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Fleet Logistics goes live in Latin America with Syngenta
 

Fleet Logistics, Europe’s largest independent fleet management provider, has gone live in Latin and Central America with global agri-business Syngenta, managing a fleet of around 1,600 vehicles in eight countries across the region.

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Alternative fuel vehicle sales stable across EU in second quarter, says ACEA
 

According to the latest figures from the European vehicle manufacturers’ association, ACEA, registrations of alternative fuel vehicles (AFV) across the EU remained stable in the second quarter of the year, following a modest increase in the first six months.

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Project EDWARD draws attention to European road deaths
 
The European Traffic Police Network (TISPOL) is drawing attention to the number of people killed every day on Europe’s roads by designating September 21 as a 'Day Without a Road Death'.
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Diesel to decline in five years, says UK fleet survey
 

Diesel dominance of the company car market could disappear within five years, according to a new survey in the UK. Half of those surveyed expected diesel to decline by 2021 to be replaced by petrol and alternative fuels.

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German car market rebounds amid incentives for EVs
 

New-car sales in Germany rose 8.3% to 245,076 vehicles in August as, at the same time, the Government announced incentive plans to stimulate the national electric vehicle market.

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