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FTA holds annual fleet seminar this Thursday

The Freight Transport Association's fleet engineer seminar, which takes place this Thursday at the Park Royal Hotel, Warrington, will explore the latest developments in commercial vehicle technology.

Fleet managers who are not able to attend this Thursday's seminar have the opportunity to attend on Tuesday, November 29 at Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire.

Delegates will hear from vehicle manufacturers, the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) and leading transport industry bodies on technical issues currently affecting fleet engineers, as well as future legislative changes, to ensure vehicle fleets and maintenance procedures operate to their highest potential in a safe, efficient and sustainable way.

Sessions cover a wide variety of topical engineering issues, including:
• Euro 6 - Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) perspective
• Electric hybrid propulsion and hydraulic hybrid technology
• Braking and stability control system developments
• Commercial vehicle transmission systems
• Dual fuel technology
• Vehicle testing developments
• FTA/IRTE maintenance provider accreditation
• Developments in tyre technology
• Forthcoming engineering legislation round-up

Tyre manufacturer Bridgestone will be giving away an Apple iPad 2 to one lucky delegate at each venue; truck manufacturer Isuzu is offering an all expenses paid, two-day trip for one to their assembly plant in Portugal, and supplier of commercial vehicle safety and control systems WABCO is offering a £200 Virgin Experience voucher.

The cost for FTA members is £325 + VAT for the first delegate and £275 + VAT for subsequent delegates, and for non-members £385 + VAT for the first delegate and £345 + VAT for subsequent delegates.

To book a place, call the FTA Member Service Centre on 08717 11 22 22 or go to www.fta.co.uk/events/fleet_engineer_seminars_2011.html 
 


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