The June 15 issue of Britain’s number one newspaper for fleet industry professionals will change to a more compact size with easier-to-read pages.
A new careers page will give advice to readers who want to improve their job prospects.
Editor Martyn Moore said: ‘We have responded to comments from readers and started an evolution of the paper that could even change their lives. The purpose of Fleet News is to help fleet managers do their jobs better and making the paper easier to read is the first of many changes with that in mind.’
More space is to be given to contributions from readers, such as Q&A-style features and case study articles. From this week (June 8) the author of every letter printed will receive a 512Mb USB computer memory stick, worth around £20, courtesy of software developer Jaama.
‘People love reading about people,’ added Moore. ‘We want to encourage more fleet personnel to get in touch and tell their stories. Fleet News exists to give good advice and very often that advice comes from fellow fleet professionals. My dream is to help many of our readers get promoted.’