Fleet News

CBI man to open show

THE 1997 Fleet Motor Show is to be opened by Peter Agar, the deputy director-general of the Confederation of British Industry. Agar's acceptance of the invitation to the open the show, which will be held at Silverstone from April 29-May 2, underlines the importance of the event as a 'business-to-business' show.

A total of 122 companies have so far booked to attend the show. The latest companies are: BP Oil UK, Car Link UK, ChipsAway International, Federal Signal, Help Cars, Island Plastics Industries, Motor Contract Options, which was previously Universal Salvage, and Visscher Caravelle. Meanwhile, a total of 2,723 fleet decision makers have registered their intention to attend the show and the next advance registration form will appear in Fleet News shortly. Visitors can register in advance on the special show hotline (0181 390 0203).

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