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FLEET News Europe is currently preparing for its major annual conference, to be held in Brussels on February 8, 2007.

As part of our commitment to provide the highest standards and the best speakers from throughout the world, Fleet News Europe is issuing an international ‘call for papers’ as part of its research programme.

The event, which last year attracted a record audience, will be held at the Marriott Hotel, in the heart of the city and only a stone’s throw from international transport links and the seat of the European Parliament.

Already speakers from throughout the world have been approached to take part in the event, which is aimed at manufacturers, leasing companies, rental firms, fast-fits, consultants and other suppliers to the international fleet management industry.

It will also be attended by the heads of some of Europe’s biggest fleets and will be focused on the challenges facing European fleet suppliers.

Fleet News Europe is happy to receive papers from organisations within the fleet industry, or from outside, who feel their expertise would be of value to suppliers in the international fleet management market.

To submit your briefing paper, which should be not more than a single page where possible, simply email john.maslen@emap.com by Friday October 6, 2006.

  • For information about tickets and accommodation for the conference, which begins with a cocktail reception on the evening of February 7, 2007, call Sandra Evitt on 01733 468123 or email sandra.evitt@emap.com.
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