NAFA postpones annual North American fleet conference amid corona virus concerns

NAFA has postponed its fleet Institute & Expo until the fall. The fleet management organization announced the move on the morning of March 12 for the event, which was scheduled to take place in Indianapolis, Indiana April 6-8.

A panel at the 2019 NAFA Institute & Expo in Louisville, Kentucky.

The organization said the decision came through uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and World Health Organization’s recommendations, as well as out of and “abundance of concern” for the health and safety of members, speakers, and partners.

The organization’s board of directors met March 11 and agreed to postpone NAFA 2020 Institute & Expo and CAFM Live until September 2020, in Indianapolis, IN.

NAFA’s Institute & Expo is the world’s largest and most comprehensive fleet management event. Last year’s event saw more than 1,000 fleet practitioners from across the continent gather in Louisville, Kentucky for about a week.