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Going green is no longer alternative

The environment has become the mainstream, a key tactic to drive down fleet costs and win business by improving your company's image.

The Fleet News Green Summit, in partnership with the Energy Saving Trust, will examine ways in which you can refine and improve your green strategy, learning about new initiatives from other fleets and experts in the field.

Yet to implement a green policy? Our experts will show you which key measures to take and how they will impact on your bottom line. Already leading the way? The Fleet News green Summit will allow you to ‘check’ your plans and find out how the latest developments in green fuel technology will enable you to make even greater savings.

The summit will offer numerous opportunities and insight to aid your strategy in the future, in addition to networking with other fleets that are driving forward the green agenda.

Hear experts from the Energy Saving Trust, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Arval, fleet managers and leading manufacturer representatives from Renault, Citroën and Toyota & Lexus Fleet Services - all bringing you up to date with the latest initiatives.

The conference will be moderated by TV personality and motoring correspondent Quentin Wilson and takes place on 12 October at The Hurlingham Club in London. Full details can be found by visiting www.fleetgreensummit.co.uk

Book now!
You can book your place at www.fleetgreensummit.co.uk or by contacting Kate Howard on 01733 468146 or email kate.howard@bauermedia.co.uk
 


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