Vince White, General Manager of QFleet was elected President of the Australasian Fleet Management Association (AfMA) late last year.
Vince is AfMA’s twelfth President in its twenty-seven years of operation and the second representative from QFleet to represent the peak industry body as President. Les Clarence was AfMA’s second President in 1997/1998.
QFleet has a long history of representing the industry through AfMA with four General Managers (Les Clarence, Bruce Grady, Felicity Hawthorne and now Vince White) serving stints as an AfMA board member whilst Les served two years as treasurer.
QFleet is the Queensland Government fleet manager, providing motor vehicle leasing and fleet management services for over 10,000 vehicles providing services to government departments, agencies and approved government-funded organisations.
Over the past two years, as the General Manager of QFleet leading a team of 50, Vince has led business transformational change through the implementation of a new Fleet Management System replacing a system that QFleet had been using for over 20 years.
Concurrently, Vince has championed the transition to electric vehicles in QFleet while taking advantage of strong second-hand vehicles sales to financially support the Queensland Government’s QFleet Transition to Electric Vehicles Strategy objectives.
Prior to QFleet, Vince has an extensive background leading high performing teams in infrastructure management. Vince has over 25 years’ experience in infrastructure capital works, stakeholder engagement, public administration of operational areas (fleet, utilities and disaster management) and maintenance of key Queensland Government property assets including: education (schools and TAFE); convention centres; government heritage assets; office accommodation facilities development; development project management; strategic property transactions to support large Queensland Government Projects such as Cross River Rail and Queens Wharf Developments.