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2023 Fleet Manager of the Year Award

Last year Mrs Miranda Shami of WHO Jordan took on the challenge to implement electric vehicles in the WHO operation and by doing so reduce emissions of the organisation, which resulted in being awarded with the 2022 Fleet Forum Fleet Manager of the Year Award.


Who will step in her footsteps? 

Sponsored by: 

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Fleet Managers throughout the world are providing extra value to their organisations by creating initiatives to make fleets safer, environmentally friendly and operate them in the most effective and cost-efficient way. By leading their teams through challenging times and by operating in a forward matter, with an eye to the future. 

To commemorate these Fleet Managers who have done outstanding jobs Fleet Forum is launching, sponsored by UPS, the 


The applications for the Award have now been closed. Please visit back for more details on the Ceremony

The voting:
A jury, consisting of one of Fleet Forum’s Board Members, a representative of an academic institution and a former winner of the Fleet Manager of the Year Award will go through the submitted applications and create a shortlist using a point system based on the application criteria. 

The shortlisted candidates are invited to record a 2-minute video in which their stakeholders (programme staff, senior management, drivers, passengers) make the case why they should be the Fleet Manager of the Year. 


The points of the jury will determine the winner for 80%, the remaining 20% will be done through voting in the Award ceremony. 


The prize:

The winner with the most points will be titled ‘2023 Fleet Manager of the Year’ and will receive a prize of USD 300 to be spent to further their education or the education of their team or children. ​

Click to view Miranda's video > > 

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We asked the 2021 winner Walter Bonilla Fallas from the Red Cross in Costa Rica what winning the Award in 2021 meant for him.

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