Spireon Wins Award

October 29, 2019

Spireon announced its FleetLocate solution for trailer and asset management won gold in the 2019 Compass Intelligence IoT Innovator Award for Trucking Fleet Management. These awards honor companies for developing solutions that disrupt the market, and Spireon’s FleetLocate was recognized for advancements to its trailer and asset management solution that maximize return on investment for transportation companies.

Spireon’s complete fleet and asset management solution, FleetLocate, transforms data from mobile assets such as trailers and vehicles into business intelligence. FleetLocate empowers businesses to capitalize on their asset investment, whether it be recovering lost trailers, increasing cargo security, or improving utilization to right-size their trailer fleets.

Ford Motor Company has earned anEnergy Efficiency Leader Award for sustainability and energy conservation through energy saving equipment upgrades.

Ford engaged Trane on a large chiller plant project to keep its data centers at precise temperatures and high performance, and less energy use in line with its sustainability commitment.

Through this project, Ford reduced greenhouse gas emissions by more than 330 metric tons – the equivalent of powering 45 homes for an entire year or planting 388 acres of trees.

“We are honored to be recognized for our sustainability leadership, which is core to our mission and vision at Ford Motor Company,” said Dwayne Atkins, engineering manager for Ford. “We rely on innovative partners like Trane to help us both maintain our high performance and protect the planet by reducing emissions in our operations.”

KAR Global’s chairman and CEO Jim Hallett, called for an end to running cars through auction lanes for safety.

Hallett, who was accepting the National Auto Auction Association’s Hall of Fame award in Indianapolis Oct. 2, said the industry should move toward a standard where cars are not run through physical lanes.

He said the change could be made, even while allowing for inspections, marshaling, reconditioning and online sales from physical locations.

Hallett included the comments during his induction speech during the organization's 71st annual convention in Indianapolis.

Hallett was instrumental in sharing KAR's Safe T. Sam auction safety awareness and accident prevention program with NAAA to provide the training free to its members.

Membership in the Hall of Fame, established in 1968, recognizes individuals whose long-term service to the auto auction industry and NAAA has contributed improvements to remarketing as a whole, has worked with the trade organization to benefit its members and has consistently followed the high standards of the association's Code of Ethics.

NAAA represents more than 340 auction members and 130 associate members in North America.

Firm Wins Industry Award

September 03, 2019

Wolters Kluwer’s Lien Solutions has earned two major industry awards for its iLien Motor Vehicle product innovation, winning a Gold-level Globee Award in the “Fintech, Information Technology Innovation” category as well as an International Business Awards (IBA) Bronze-level Stevie Award in the “Best Financial Services Solution” category, respectively.

Launched in 2018, iLien Motor Vehicle delivers a single point of management for processing and managing motor vehicle titles. As a cloud-based SaaS, iLien Motor Vehicle is focused on meeting lenders’ everyday requirements, helping solve the most unique and complicated challenges in title perfection. These recognitions mark the third and fourth award accolades bestowed this year on iLien Motor Vehicle, and the seventh industry award in 2019 for the Lien Solutions business.

Hyundai Motor America has been recognized by VIQTORY as a 2020 Military Friendly Employer for its long-term commitment to recruiting and hiring military veterans. VIQTORY is a veteran-owned business that connects the military community to civilian employment.

More than 8,500 companies were eligible for the 2020 Military Friendly Employers List, but only 290 earned the honor.

“Hyundai’s program is excellent and now that I’m in the automotive industry, I can see the value my military education and training bring to the service center at a dealership,” said Sean Easton, Platinum Master Technician, Peacock Hyundai of Savannah and Army veteran. “There are so many unknowns at the end of your duty, but having current Hyundai employees who were interested in my abilities helped a lot. Being able to get certified as a Hyundai technician while still on active duty was very important to me.”

Dealers have hired more than 700 veterans since January 2013.

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