Pete Belloli serves as the Fleet Manager for DTZ, Inc., an international property services provider. Pete became involved in fleet management starting in 1996. His current service fleet comprises over 600 vehicles in the US and Canada.
Pete joined NAFA in 2006 and has recently served as Chapter Vice Chairman and earlier as Membership Chair.
He is also on the GE Capital Client Advisory Board.
Pete earned his CAFM in 2009.
MEETING NOTES updated 4/8 - March RFP Presentation
MEETING PHOTOS! Updated 6/2/16 - 5 new photos!
The New England Chapter's November meeting focused on Safety. Take a look at this video and don't forget to see the pictures in our Meeting Photos section.
Next Meeting: 6/15 - Whitepaper Topic in Boston, MA
Distracted Driver Skit created by the NE NAFA Board Members
View Pictures of the March Meeting on our PHOTOS page!
NAFA New England Chapter - Mission Statement:
The New England Chapter consists of approximately 110 members and affiliates from all aspects of fleet management including municipalities, corporate, State Police, manufacturers, remarketer’s, lessor’s, etc. The chapter covers Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and upstate New York.
Our mission is to educate and inform fleet managers about topics that are relevant to the fleet industry and the broader economic environment as it relates to fleet management. Meetings are held monthly from September through June and topic specific programs are held periodically in partnership with NAFA affiliates and other fleet industry related organizations. New England NAFA chapter members are encouraged to share fleet best practices and policy information with one another; thereby creating a network of fleet professionals that foster open communications and professional assistance to chapter members.
NAFA National - Mission Statement:
NAFA is the association for the automotive fleet management profession. Our purpose is to promote the highest levels of professional management of vehicles, enabling all Members to improve their ability to contribute to an employer's success. We seek to accomplish our goals through quality educational endeavors, sharing of fleet expertise, government and industry relations, and a broad range of direct services to Members.
NAFA Full and Associate Members
NAFA has more than 2,300 Full and Associate Members in 34 regional Chapters in the United States and Canada. To qualify as a Full Member, one must be responsible for the administration of a fleet of at least 25 vehicles used by his/her employer's sales, service or executive personnel. To qualify as an Associate Member, one must report directly to a Full Member or administer a fleet of less than 25 vehicles. NAFA's Members manage fleets for corporations covering a wide range of manufacturing and service organizations, governments (whether local, state and federal), or public service entities (law enforcement, educational institutions, utilities, etc.); still other Members serve financial institutions, insurance companies, non-profit organizations and the like. NAFA is also supported by more than 1,000 fleet professionals who do not qualify for either Full or Associate Member status yet have a great interest in the field. NAFA's Affiliates represent companies which have products or services, such as vehicles, aftermarket equipment, service shops, etc., to offer to Full and Associate Members.