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Your chance to vote for the finest in fleet

TODAY Fleet News begins its search for the finest in fleet with the launch of the Fleet News Awards 2004.

We are looking for the very best cars, vans, manufacturer fleet departments and supply companies. These annual industry 'Oscars' recognise the strongest, highest quality vehicles, products, services and suppliers in the market, based on the opinions of an expert panel of judges.

Fleet decision-makers are invited to play a key role in the judging process this year, because we are asking Fleet NewsNet users to nominate their best fleet supply companies, best company cars and vans, and best fleet manufacturer.

Nominations can be made by filling in the online form accessed below.

Nominations from fleet decision-makers will be used to help create a shortlist of companies eligible to receive a prestigious Fleet News Award.

Companies can also nominate themselves for all awards and just need to let us know they are self-nominating.

Shortlisted companies will then be invited to complete questionnaires and will also be able to submit additional supporting material.

An expert panel of judges will then use these entries and their own independent market knowledge to determine the award winners. Cars and vans will only be eligible if they were launched, on sale and in showrooms by October 31, 2003. Cars and vans launched after this date will not qualify.

And don't forget, our all-important search for the best fleet managers in the UK and in Europe will start next month.

When and where

The Fleet News Awards 2004 will be presented at the 'fleet night of the year' on March 17, 2004 at the Le Meridien Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London.

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