Fleet News

Do you want to reach over 20,000 potential employees every week?

FLEET News can deliver your appointments advert to their door.

Fleet News is the market leading weekly publication offering you:

  • 100% requested circulation .
  • 97.1% year one data - the freshest in the market
  • Read by fleet and Industry professionals
  • Reports on the latest appointments and industry news and gives invaluable career advice.
  • Fleet News' readership includes:
  • Financial Directors
  • Company Chairman
  • Fleet & Transport Managers
  • HR Managers
  • Sales & Marketing personnel

    Due to the broad range of personnel that read Fleet News, we are the ideal publication in which to advertise all your recruitment vacancies.

    In addition to the 18,000 fleet decision-makers, Fleet News also has a comprehensive circulation within the industry.

    By advertising within our Appointments section, you will receive:

  • A full colour advert
  • A discount for a two week insertion
  • Your recruitment advert will be placed on our website: Fleet NewsNet free of charge. Fleet NewsNet's Recruitment section is one of the top four most visited areas of the website, delivering over 180,000 page views every month and excellent response levels.

    If you would like a Fleet News Media Pack and ABC profile certificate please email jeremy.bennettt@emap.com.

    To advertise & reach quality applicants please email me at maggie.willis@emap.com.

    Regards

    Maggie Willis
    Classified Manager

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