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Facing up to the challenges of running a pan-European fleet

A LEADING European fleet manager will give a personal vision of the services suppliers need to offer and the standards they should meet at a major conference next month.

Anita de Groot-Hanegraaf, commodity sourcing manager responsible for fleet, travel and HR at Océ, will explain the challenges she has faced in operating a pan-European fleet.

She will also outline how she sees the role changing in the future and how suppliers will need to adapt to provide her with the support she needs.

De Groot-Hanegraaf is facility manager responsible for the fleet, travel, mailroom and printroom services for the corporate headquarters.

Her presentation is one of many from a list of speakers at the Fleet News Europe Conference 2006, taking place in Brussels on February 8.

The event will also have breakout sessions focusing on leasing, rental and remarketing, with Paul Bradbury, managing director mainland Europe for BCA Europe, hosting the discussion on remarketing.

The event is sponsored by BCA Europe, Nobilas Claims and Fleet Solutions and Hyundai. It is held in association with the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) and supported by the European Car and Truck Rental Association (ECATRA).

  • Full a full list of speakers, along with booking and hotel information are available on www.fneuropeconference.com. For tickets, call Luke Clements on +44 (0) 1733 468325.
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