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Black car operators are diversifying their fleets to meet changing markets and changing demands
There’s been an evolution of sorts in the ground transportation landscape as many traditional black car operators are diversifying their fleets into larger vehicles and motor coaches, moves designed to respond to the expanding needs of travel programs and the companies they serve.

Gary Kessler, CEO and president of Carey International, Inc., sees this trend as an opportunity for managed travel programs to better serve their clients.

“In managed travel programs, many companies have had sophisticated programs around transient travel for a while, but meetings and events within travel has not necessarily fallen under that umbrella,” he says. “More recently, as the programs have evolved, going from the hotel space to the ground space, more clients have looked for this sort of ground transportation.”

Jens Wohltorf, CEO and co-founder of Blacklane, has seen the tectonic shifts and says it’s a trend that those in the industry need to pay attention to in order to stay successful.

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