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The global Fleet Management Industry size was estimated at USD24.95 Billion in 2022 and is projected to pass USD55.10 Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 11% from 2022 to 2030.
Fleet management is the management of commercial vehicle operations at a larger scale. It can be defined as the procedures exercised by fleet managers to watch fleet activities and make decisions from asset management, dispatch & routing, and vehicle acquisition.
Businesses that depend on transportation use fleet management to regulate costs, productivity, fuel management, and compliance. so, fleet managers are accountable for maintaining costs, maximizing profitability, and reducing fleet vehicle risks. also, it involves vehicle financing, driver management, and vehicle telematics related to watercraft, aircraft, commercial vehicles (LCVs & HCVs), and railways.
In addition, fleet management offers financial management, improved safety of vehicles & drivers, and operational ability with real-time fleet tracking analysis. Most fleet managers exercise fleet management software to upgrade overall fleet safety, and client services and boost visibility & profitability with process management & research.
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North American region held the highest revenue share in 2022. The government of this region has played an extremely eloquent job in escalating the market for fleet management in recent years. The strict regulations and rules in the North American region have successfully reduced the number of emissions that come through the operation of vehicles. And to reduce the pollution caused by vehicles the strict regulations are compelling the industry to stick to the policies. This region is anticipated to contribute well to the growth of the Fleet Management Industry during the forecast period.
Due to the presence of countries like China as well as India in the Asia Pacific region this region is anticipated to flaunt maximum growth in fleet management in the nighing years. Augmented international trade has also been essential in the growth of the market in the Asia Pacific region in recent years. This region is anticipated to grow at the topmost compound yearly growth rate in the nighing years owing to the favorable policies embraced by the government of several regions to support the trade. The demand for vehicles that produce less pollution has increased in the Asia Pacific region as though pollution in these countries is more due to the population eruption.
To have better efficiency in electric vehicles, Europe is anticipated to play an eloquent part in the coming years. This region is anticipated to contribute well to the growth of the Fleet Management Industry during the forecast.
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The global Fleet Management Industry is segmented by
The Market is segmented by type as Light Commercial Vehicles, Heavy Commercial Vehicles, Aircraft, Railway, and Watercraft.
The Market is segmented by elements such as Solutions( Driver Management Solution, Operation Management Solution, Driver Management Solution) and Services( After- Sales Services, Claim Inspection Services, Vehicle Tracking/ Follow- Up Services, and Customer Relationship Management( CRM)).
The Market is segmented by technology similar to GNSS( Satellite) and Cellular Systems.
The Market is segmented by end-users as Retail, Transportation, Logistics, Automotive, Construction, Oil, gas, energy, Manufacturing, Government, Research and Development, and Consultancy firms
The major players operating in the Fleet Management Industry are TomTomN.V.U.S, General Services Administration, Fleetmatics Group PLC, Telogis, Freeway Fleet Systems, IBM Corporation, AT&TInc., Navico, Grupo Autofin de Monterrey, snare, Scope Technologies, Troncalnet, FAMSA, Ola Cabs, I.D. Systems, MiTAC International Corporation, Cisco Systems, Trimble Transportation & Logistics, Uber Technologies, Didi Chuxing, DC Velocity, Fleet Robo, European GNSS Agency( GSA)