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Overwhelming Fleet Show success

EXHIBITORS have voted Fleet Show 2000 an overwhelming success with many praising the 'business-to-business' perspective of the event and the quality of the people visiting the stands.

Chrysler Jeep was making its show debut and corporate sales manager Graham Powell said: 'We have been very pleased. Interest in our vehicles has been so good that we will have to reschedule next month's work to follow the leads.'

Fleet Management Services' operations director Derick Perkins said: 'This year the show is about quality not quantity. Those coming on to our stand have brought very good leads.'

Peter Philpott, Michelin's European car fleets manager, said: 'We are the market leader and we have to be here to demonstrate that to the market. The Fleet Show is the perfect forum.'

Kevin McNally, Nissan fleet sales director, said: 'The future of Nissan is being involved in the fleet market. The show is an excellent way of demonstrating our commitment.'

Tim Richards, ATS Euromaster group car and van market manager, said: 'We are a major provider to the fleet market and a lot of our customers are here. The Fleet Show is still the premier event in the fleet calendar.'

Bob Keen, business development manager, Auto Windscreens, said: 'It is good to come to the show like this to demonstrate to fleet managers the kind of work we do.'

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