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Two reports examine European and US fleet management market
Research and Markets is offering two reports in one which cover the M2M fleet management markets in both Europe and the Americas.
Buy Fleet Management in Europe – 7th Edition directly from Research and Markets.
Buy Fleet Management in the Americas – 2nd Edition directly from Research and Markets.
Covering two of the major world geographic areas, the two reports from the M2M research suite of reports issued by Research and Markets provide market forecasts to 2016 as well as technical and industry insight into the global development of the fleet management market.
Apart from featuring data gathered from research into the industry, the reports also include interviews with key personnel in the fleet management sector to gain their insight into the development and future of the industry. Market trends and key developments are examined and market forecasts are provided covering the next three years for both Europe and North and Latin America.
The differences between the markets of the EU and the American continent are also examined as well as the effects of the economic downturn in both regions, providing views on whether the fleet management market is now recovering in Europe and how the industry is linked to the economic recovery of South America.
The latest information is also provided on commercial vehicle fleets in both regions and what fleet management offerings are available for the OEM market. As well as providing an overview of the value chain, over 125 aftermarket fleet management systems are examined in order to provide an overview of the OEM and aftermarket balance within the industry.
With fleet management systems being increasingly combined on single platforms with other systems for driver monitoring, emergency call and other applications, the future evolution of the industry is complex and heavily influenced by other technological and market factors. This evolution forms part of the report as well as regulatory developments that affect both the European and Latin American markets for both OEM factory installed and aftermarket equipment.