The National Association of Fleet Administrators, Inc. (NAFA) is a not-for-profit, individual membership professional society serving the needs of members who manage fleets of automobiles, SUVs, trucks and vans, and a wide range of specialized mobile equipment for organizations in the United States and Canada. NAFA provides its Members a full range of products and services, including statistical research, monthly and annual publications, regional chapter meetings, government representation, annual conferences and trade shows, educational seminars and more.
NAFA Fleet Management Association, based in New Jersey, is fully back up and running after closing for a few days due to Hurricane Sandy. The Association's Executive Director is now leading a push to spur recovery efforts throughout the fleet community.
A new manual published by NAFA Fleet Management Association provides step-by-step instructions on how to develop an effective business continuity plan that will help fleets survive both natural and man-made disasters and emergencies.
NAFA Fleet Management Association presents a webinar to offer tips for fleet managers to help change their drivers' behavior so that better driving becomes the norm. Better drivers are safer drivers and will help companies save money on fuel.
NAFA believes the best way to show the value of membership is from the members themselves. The association is encouraging members to do just that via a new membership drive running until October 31. Participants have the opportunity to win great prizes as a reward of bringing in new members.
With more than two months to go, NAFA is proud to announce that its 2012 Institute & Expo exhibit space is completely sold out. A waiting list has been created for those who wish to make sure they don't miss out on space in 2013.
Registrations for NAFA's 2012 Institute & Expo in St. Louis continue to surpass numbers from previous years. One of two official conference hotels has already sold out, nearly two and a half months prior the conference.
NAFA Fleet Management Association is looking for the best and most creative ideas in fleet management regarding sustainability. Winning ideas will be honored at the Association's 2012 Institute & Expo in St. Louis April 21-24.
Fleet managers are under pressure to plan out their compliance strategies for the acquisition of vehicles, but are largely unable to sufficiently do so without clear direction from the Department of Energy. NAFA urges the DOE to act expeditiously on the rulemaking regarding Section 133 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 to avoid further delays.
Six members of NAFA Fleet Management Association are among the seven inductees to the 2011 Fleet Hall of Fame, which is as much a testament to the history of the Association as to fleet management itself.
Fleet managers from throughout Canada will come together in Toronto for the 2011 Canadian Fleet Conference. Those wishing to continue their fleet education can attend NAFA's Canadian Advanced Fleet Management Seminar following the conference.
Shane Terblanche, the Vice President and General Manager for Navistar Electric Vehicles -- one of the success stories of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act -- will provide a Keynote Address at NAFA Fleet Management Association's 2011 Institute & Expo on Sunday, April 10.
To better define the Chapter's area, NAFA's San Francisco Chapter has been renamed the NorCal/Northern Nevada Chapter. The Chapter comprises the northern two-thirds of California and all of the State of Nevada except for the Las Vegas area.
NAFA presents a Canadian Fleet Management Seminar (CFMS) in Calgary this September 14-15, marking the first time the CFMS has been presented this far into Western Canada. The seminar is scheduled to be presented in English, but NAFA will make a French version available if there is enough demand.
NAFA's upcoming Canadian Fleet Manager Seminar will take place September 14-15, 2010 at the Radisson Hotel Calgary Airport. The seminar was designed to provide new fleet professionals with the skills they need to run a fleet management department.