Navistar president and CEO will be keynote speaker at EUFMC 2024; fleet registration open now

Navistar president and CEO will be keynote speaker at EUFMC 2024; fleet registration open now

EUFMC will be held June 2-5, 2024 in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Mathias Carlbaum, president and chief executive officer of Navistar, Inc. will be the keynote speaker during the 2024 Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference (EUFMC).

The 71st annual EUFMC will be held June 2-5, 2024, at the Williamsburg Lodge and Conference Center in Williamsburg, Virginia. 

According to EUFMC, Carlbaum will share his extensive 25-year industry experience with EUFMC, covering his leadership role at Navistar, his membership on the Traton SE Executive Board, and his time at Scania AB in Sweden, Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. 

Carlbaum’s keynote address take place during the Driving Safety, Sustainability & Technical Expertise EUFMC educational program, which will also feature presentations by fleet executives, manufacturers, and industry experts. On the EUFMC General Session Agenda (subject to change) are the following topics:

  • Fleet Safety
  • Legal Updates
  • Regulatory Updates
  • Fleet EV Charging
  • 2027 Diesel Engine Mandates
  • AI Opportunities in Fleet
  • Quality Assurance Programs for Fleet
  • Equipment Lifecycle Strategies
  • Technician Recruiting and Retention
  • Fleet Culture
  • Roundtables

EUFMC will also feature a drive-through utility equipment demonstration and an equipment show with more than 60 displays; a Women in Utility Fleet gathering; and additional special activities, including tours, golf outings, events for spouses, and more. 

Invitation-only fleet registration for EUFMC is open now.

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