Merchants Fleet CEO Brendan Keegan shared his thoughts and insights with Wisco Weekly on how he is turning a fleet management company into a fleet-tech company. Listen to the Podcast
Brendan P. Keegan, CEO of Merchants Fleet, spoke at TechCrunch’s TC Sessions: Mobility on July 10, 2019 in San Jose. After his session, "If You Build It, Will They Buy? – The Role of the FleetTech Partner in the Future Mobility Ecosystem" he spoke with Chris Brown from Fleet Forward about how fleet management companies and tech integrate. Watch the Video
CEO Brendan P. Keegan sat down with Chris Brown at Fleet Forward to discuss what the role of the fleet manager and the FMC will look like in the new mobility era.
Sometimes the opportunity to share fleet vehicles is not as obvious as other sharing opportunities. VP of Mobility John Cail discussed different scenarios where sharing vehicles could make sense for companies.
Fleet Consultant Dale Mottram talked to Work Truck Magazine about why flexible replacement schedules are a must for truck fleets. Go to Article
Deciding when to replace a truck can be a challenge that involves balancing many factors. Fleet Consultant Dale Mottram discussed the trend in owned truck fleets to run assets longer and how leased programs can help reduce the financial burden of replacing vehicles. Go to the Article
Sales of commercial fleet vehicles increased 11.2% in April compared to a year ago. Senior VP of Sales Tom Coffey attributed the surge to approaching build out dates. Go to the Article
Our Director of Operations & Purchasing, Candice Groth, recently talked to Automotive Fleet about how service and delivery fleets have been adopting the 2019 Nissan Rogue compact SUV. Go to the Article
Merchants Fleet's Vice President of Fleet Strategy, Dan Hannan, weighs in on the news that New York City will be implementing new tolls to reduce traffic in Manhattan. Go to the Article
Automotive Fleet spoke to Senior Vice President of Sales Tom Coffey about the news that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is planning to invest $4.5 billion in five Michigan assembly plants. Go to the Article