The better, brighter event for fleet decision-makers will take place at its traditional home of Silverstone, on September 23, 24 and 25, 2003.
Following in-depth consultation throughout the fleet industry, we have created an all-new event which promises something for fleet decision-makers at all levels, including fleet managers, human resources professionals, travel managers, accountants, finance directors and managing directors.
All aspects of car and van fleet management will be covered, ranging from vehicle suppliers to fuel, tyres, technology, tax issues, funding and disposal. Plus there will be the chance to test drive key fleet cars back-to-back on the famous circuit.
A range of seminars on fleet topics are also planned covering some of the most pressing issues facing fleet-decision makers.
The Fleet Show 2003 will be one of the biggest automotive shows covering cars, vans and service companies of its kind next year, as there is no London Motor Show. This makes the business-to-business focussed show a must-see event for anyone involved in fleet.
Chris Lester, Fleet Show event director, said: 'Silverstone is the traditional home of the Fleet Show. It was held here for six years up until 1997. Along with its rich heritage and central location, it now has the added benefit of massively improved transport links.'
As preparations continue, fleet decision-makers will be kept up-to-date with written briefings specifically tailored to their core areas of expertise.
David Goodchild, publisher of Fleet News, said: 'Following the incredible success of the relaunched Fleet News, we aim to mirror the same high standards and customer focus in the all-new Fleet Show 2003.'