Sales and marketing director David Yates said: 'The show is the right forum for us. It has been another successful year and we are delighted to re-book. It's the only show of its type to really guarantee us the quality and volume of prospective customers and allow us to welcome existing clients alike.' Other companies to have already signed up to exhibit at next year's show are The Van Liners, Allied Dunbar and AT&T.
Last year's show attracted 10,257 fleet managers and fleet decision makers with around one fifth being company chairmen and directors - once again a key target for show organisers. Event director Keith Dalton said: 'Attendance has been pretty similar to last year - but the quality has been better. There have been bigger increases in the number of directors, senior managers, partners and finance directors.'