High growth expected for fleet management systems in Russia and the CIS

The installed base of fleet management systems is expected to exceed 6 million units in Russia and the CIS by 2017, according to latest report.

The well-established benefits of using telematics fleet management systems in Western Europe and the USA are beginning to have an influence on purchasing decisions in Eastern Europe and Russia to the extent that within the next three years, installations are expected to go beyond 6 million units.

The latest report on the fleet management industry from Research and Markets focuses on Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), detailing the growth in the use of telematics fleet management systems on commercial vehicles in the region. Russia and Belarus as well as Kazakhstan have comprehensive, Government led programmes for the compulsory implementation of the GLONASS based automatic emergency call system on all commercial vehicles and buses by 2017 and this will to some extent provide a platform on which other in-vehicle telematics systems can be established.

The 180-page report written by Berg Insight includes interviews with key personnel in the commercial fleet management industry, vehicle population information and forecasts for the target region, profiles on industry providers and the OEM position with data on the main HGV manufacturers supplying Russia and the CIS.

Comparisons are also supplied with western markets as well as the distribution and ownership clusters of fleets within the Russian and CIS regions. OEM and aftermarket fleet management system suppliers are examined as well as the development of regulations in the region that could affect the forecast.

The report is primarily aimed at telematics and fleet management suppliers as well as operators, consultants and Government departments. TrafficSafe readers can purchase the report directly from Research and Markets here: “Fleet Management in Russia/CIS and Eastern Europe, 2017”

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