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Events round up: Hit for Six Conference

An analysis of whether diesel is still the best fuel for fleet operators will be part of the Hit for Six Conference in September.

Leading industry experts at CAP, which holds running cost data on thousands of fleet cars, will be providing a running cost overview that includes detailed analysis showing whether fleets can still save money by running diesel cars.

The presentation will be one of 12 detailed
speaking slots offered at this year’s Hit for Six Conference on the issues that matter to fleets.

The annual conference is created from a survey of fleet decision-makers in which they are asked to list the most important issues they are facing.

The six subjects for the conference are then taken from the results.

The subjects are risk management, grey fleet management, green fleet management, effective purchasing policies, driver management and future fleet choices.

Broadcasters Declan Curry and Harry Gration have been confirmed as chairmen for the Fleet News conferences.
The Hit for Six South Conference takes place in Oxford on September 16, while Hit for Six North is at Leeds/Bradford on September 30. The two conferences contain the same content.

For further details log on to www.hitforsixconference.co.uk
Alternatively, contact Madaline Collins on 01733 468171 or email madaline.collins@bauerconsumer.co.uk
For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries, contact Peter Millis on 01733 468268 or email peter.millis@bauerconsumer.co.uk

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