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Hit for Six 2004 conference is taking shape

SOME of the most influential people in the industry will come together at this year’s Hit for Six conference to give valuable advice on issues affecting fleet managers and decision-makers.

Sponsored by Mazda, Hit for Six will take place at The Quadrangle, Kassam Stadium in Oxford on Wednesday, September 29.

The event will update attendees on the latest thinking of policy-makers, give guidance from experts about making the right decisions and offer practical advice on implementing the best fleet policies.

Confirmed speakers at the event are Rob Gifford, executive director, Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety, Susan Beck, national communications manager, Safety Camera Scheme, Kevin Molly, despatch manager at Robert Pochin, Carolyn Howes, policy advisor, Inland Revenue and Alison Chapman, tax partner at Deloitte.

Other speakers are Colin Matthews, head of TransportEnergy Programmes, Energy Saving Trust, Tony Leigh, chairman of the Association of Car Fleet Operators, Alan Caunter, senior fleet underwriter Corinthian Insurance Company and John Webb, national fleet manager at HM Customs & Excise.

Sessions covered are:

  • Protecting Your Reputation – covering duty of care and minimising risks
  • Power is Nothing Without Control (sponsored by Mazda Business Partner) – about providing drivers with skills and control through technology
  • The Future of the Company Car – from the Inland Revenue and a fleet’s perspective
  • Fuelling Growth – fleets and fuel
  • Protecting Your Assets – wear and tear and insurance
  • Skill for Success – looking at professional training plans and making the most of your time.

    Exhibitors signed up so far are cfc solutions, Elite Incident Management and Platinum Fleet Management.

  • For more details, visit www.hitforsixconference.com or contact Sandra Evitt on 01733 468123 or email luke.clements@emap.com
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