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This article is excerpted from Fleet Management Weekly and should be referenced as such

By Tod Trousdell, Fleet Marketing Consultant and Partner/RobertsTrousdell Communications

The show floor was packed. The buzz was palpable.

But while this year’s NTEA Work Truck Week hit an all-time attendance record of 15,790 attendees and 536 exhibitors, let’s just say the 2024 version of Work Truck Week was a little less ‘electric.’ 

EV-specific service providers also had a strong presence at Work Truck Week, with new players cycling in, and several pioneers – especially small manufacturers – cycling out. One of those providers – Inspiration Mobility – said fleets reacted positively to their message of simplifying the electrification process by bringing fleet leasing, EV-first services and charging under one roof.

“We had really productive conversations, and what we’re finding is that fleets are willing to make the switch to EVs when it makes sense, and the use cases are increasing every time new vehicles and battery tech are available.” said Maria Neve, VP of eFMC Services.



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