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Industry 'wikimedia' website launch

A 'wiki' website that can be edited by anybody has been launched to encourage the fleet industry to collaborate on safety, the environment and finance.

The website, at fleetnews.wikidot.com, has been created by Fleet News to encourage the whole fleet industry to work together. It works on a similar principle to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that is written and maintained by thousands of experts and enthusiasts.

Martyn Moore, editor of Fleet News, said: "I hope that fleet suppliers, consultants and operators get involved and contribute to the articles we have created. Basically, we have written the first paragraph of three articles and we want to see the industry's own experts add to and edit them.

"Anybody can post advice and information, you don't even need to be registered. I'd like to see companies and individuals getting involved for the right reasons. There's a chance to be seen to be doing some good, without turning the articles into a string of adverts."

The website is very simple to work on. Follow this link to fleetnews.wikidot.com and see for yourself.

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