What this guide covers:
Fleet professionals keep us moving. From stocking the shelves of our stores to helping us stay connected. Because of this, the need for continuous improvement in the fleet management landscape only grows every year. Things are changing quickly around us, and the measuring stick for success continues to reform. Everything is changing; automation, AI, cybersecurity, and privacy, sustainability, safety, even the software we use, all requires up-to-date education and connections.
That’s why we’ve put together a list of accredited live conferences and virtual events. Bookmark this page and subscribe to our blog to get latest fleet management updates when you need them most.
The Best Fleet Management Conferences in 2023
TMC’s Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition
February 27th – March 2nd IN PERSON
The Technology & Maintenance Council Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition is home to trucking’s leading fleet professionals, vehicle manufacturers, and component suppliers. It is a technical conference trucking focused on a North American demographic. Gain fleet education and best practices while connecting to industry peers, media and top suppliers.
AGC Annual Convention
March 13 – 15th IN PERSON
For construction and contracting professions. The Association of General Contractors (AGC) Annual Convention is a chance to network and learn the latest in construction management solutions, while gaining access to networking and learning opportunities.
Small Fleet Owner and Operator Summit
April 26th VIRTUAL
Drivers unite! This one-day virtual summit is designed to provide you with the knowledge and insights to improve your operations. Hear from other owner-operators and safety personnel who can help you keep your truck in tip-top shape, ready for the challenges that the road will always present.
Global Fleet Conference
May 15th-17th IN PERSON
The world’s largest meeting for Fleet Managers. Hosted in scenic cities around the world, this conference is designed to spur exchanges and discussions over fleet management practices, tools, and technology.
Government Fleet Conference
May 22-25 IN PERSON
Government Fleet Expo & Conference (GFX), is the largest annual conference for public fleets in the nation. Built to engage public fleets with crucial training. While connecting like-minded peers, and giving access to top vehicles, products and technology displays in the exhibit hall.
Electric Utility Fleet Management Conference (EUFMC)
June 4 – 7th IN PERSON
This conference provides education for professionals in the electric utility fleet industry. With a focus on finding solutions to fleet management challenges, and topics covering driving safety, sustainability, and technical expertise. And presentations by fleet executives, manufacturers and industry experts. Overall, the EUFMC General Session will include sessions on preparing for the transition to ZEVs and building charging stations. In addition, current and traditional subjects on the educational agenda will include best practices for Safety and Compliance, Fleet Management, Fleet Maintenance, and new technology.
Sustainable Fleet Expo
August 14 – 16, 2023 IN PERSON
According to their website, the Sustainable Fleet Expo provides space to explore the leading edge of sustainable fleet practices and clean transportation opportunities. The conference agenda will highlight current technologies, topics and issues in the fleet industry as we navigate the rapidly evolving transportation industry. Sessions will focus on the latest and greatest opportunities for biofuel, electric, natural gas, and propane fuels and fuelling. So you can review the latest trends on data-driven decisions, tools, and technologies.
TMC’s Fall Meeting & National Technician Skills Competitions
September 17-21 IN PERSON
Composed of a broad base of experienced fleets, equipment suppliers and service providers. The TMC Fall Meeting offers a collection of sessions designed to keep your maintenance personnel on the cutting edge of vehicle technology. Also, take place in a technician skills competition.
AFLA Corporate Fleet Conference
Oct 2nd – 5th
AFLA is a member organization designed to promote growth, expansion within the fleet industry with education, research, technical standards, representation and advocacy. Their annual members conference, the AFLA 2023 Corporate Fleet Conference will be held in Palm Springs, CA. Lastly, and most important the AFLA promises to address key issues facing the entire industry and deliver leading-edge programs, on everything from advanced vehicle design to telematics and remarketing, that advance their skills and enhance the environment in which they sell products and services.
Women in Trucking! Accelerate Conference
November 5 – 8th IN PERSON
Anyone who believes the gender balance should be changed in the industry should attend and participate in the Accelerate! Conference & Expo. Attendees are transportation professionals in Manager, Director, VP, and President roles within companies across industries. Further, the conference promises to fulfill three pillars: knowledge, tracks and solutions to help further attendees’ level up their careers.
F3: Future of Freight Festival
November 7 – 9th IN PERSON
The Future of Freight Conference is focused on tech and innovation that empowers Freight companies in North America. After attending their rapid-fire demos, you can check out interactive sponsor kiosks and thought-provoking speakers. At the end of the day, unwind with entertainment and music in a scenic setting.
Fleet Safety Conference
November 8 – 10th IN PERSON
The Fleet Safety Conference provides fleet industry professionals a chance to discuss and improve fleet safety practices to lessen risks and liability. In addition, you can also access the 2020 Fleet Safety Conference’s virtual sessions on demand at their website.
Fleet Forward Conference
November 8 – 10th IN PERSON
Fleet Forward Conference calls itself the only mobility event dedicated specifically for fleets. And, the 2023 Fleet Forward Conference will convene in-person on Nov. 8–10, at the Marriott Santa Clara in Silicon Valley. What’s more, their attendees are promised opportunities to drive electric vehicles, mingle with product experts, and experience new technologies behind the wheel in a large outdoor interactive space.