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Events round-up: essential conference for van operators

Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, this year’s Fleet Van Conference and awards will take place on December 2 at the National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull.

The Fleet Van Conference is targeted at van fleets of all sizes, ranging from just a few commercial vehicles to hundreds, with sessions covering diesel pricing, low carbon vans, new technology, vehicle tracking, running van fleets in a new safety environment, load safety, driver profiling, choosing the right fleet, residual values, and effective fleet operations.

The Fleet Van Awards, to be held on the evening of the Conference at a black-tie ceremony, are being launched to reflect the growing size and importance of the light commercial vehicle sector and the critical role it plays in keeping British business moving.

The awards will cover three key categories: fleet managers, fleet suppliers and fleet manufacturers. Winners will be announced on the evening.

 Tickets for both the conference and awards dinner are now available to book online at www.fleetvanevent.com by contacting Kate Howard by email: kate.howard@bauermedia.co.uk or by telephone on 01733 468146.

  • Sponsorship and exhibition enquiries to peter.millis@ bauermedia.co.uk or phone 01733 468268.

Tickets and tables

If you have any questions regarding sponsorship, tickets or tables for the event, call Sandra Evitt on 01733 468123 or email sandra.evitt@bauerconsumer.co.uk.

The awards

Learn more about the awards by visiting www.fleetvanevent.com.

 

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