Geotab, Autocab and LeasePlan to Introduce Fleet Management Perspectives and Projects at “Latam Mobility: Mexico 2022”

With the aim of promoting sustainable mobility and new technologies in Latin America, “Latam Mobility: Mexico 2022” will be held on October 11 and 12. This meeting will bring together public sector authorities and leading private companies to present their perspectives on electromobility, charging infrastructure, zero-emission transportation, sustainability, among others.

The role of large corporations plays a fundamental part in reducing emissions, since through their operations, pollution can be greatly reduced if the necessary corrective measures are taken and innovations are adopted that allow for more sustainable means of transportation.

In this sense, the Latam Mobility forum to be held in Mexico City will have the panel “Transportation in Business and Fleet Management Solutions” to exchange ideas on the current situation of the sector and the challenges to be conquered in the medium and long term.

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Prestigious Guests

The debate organized by Latam Mobility will include the participation of Pedro Giraldo, Business Development Manager for Latin America of Geotab, a company specialized in telematics that, through sophisticated software, can efficiently and sustainably manage the vehicles of any organization.

It should be noted that in addition to private companies, Geotab has developed its solutions for government fleets, such as several U.S. military divisions.

Autocab‘s Country Manager, Pedro Pinzón, will also be part of the panel to present the progress and projects of the organization he represents. Through its innovative platform, the organization has a presence in 33 countries.

The CEO of LeasePlan, Regina Granados, will also be a guest at the forum. Of Dutch origin, this company focuses on car leasing and fleet management. Its products consist of operational fleet management services. It was founded in 1963 and has more than 14% of its approximately 6,600 employees working outside the Netherlands.

The panel will be moderated by Jaime Bringas, current president of the Asociación Mexicana de Administradores de Flotilla de Automóviles A.C. (Mexican Association of Automobile Fleet Managers).

Latam Mobility: Mexico 2022” comes to the capital at an opportune moment after the city authorities approved a large amount of resources for the incorporation of electric fleets, which has also awakened the interest of the private sector in electrifying their vehicles in order to have more efficient and sustainable operations.

If you would like to purchase tickets for the face-to-face meeting to be held at the World Trade Center in Mexico City, click here.

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