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Dates announced for Company Car in Action 2015

The fleet industry needs to mark June 16 and 17 in its 2015 diary, as Company Car in Action is coming back bigger and better than ever.

The event gives fleet decision makers an unrivalled opportunity to put the latest cars and vans through their paces on a choice of four circuits at Millbrook Proving Ground, in Bedfordshire, purpose built for evaluating vehicles.

Away from the tracks there is also an opportunity to listen to and take part in debate on burning issues affecting fleets as well as gain insight from experts.

The quality of the event attracted 929 fleet decision-makers across the two days in June 2014, up six per cent on 2013. They were able to take their pick of more than 300 cars and vans representing 25 brands.

Jon Hunt, manager, Toyota and Lexus fleet marketing said: "Company Car In Action is a principal event in our calendar and where we annually concentrate our new Toyota and Lexus product launches and communications. We are therefore delighted to be participating again in 2015.

“The event brings together a wide range of decision makers giving us the opportunity to showcase our products and meet existing and new businesses in an informal environment dedicated to them. It should be a fundamental part of the fleet decision makers diary".

Martin Gurney, director, fleet and used vehicles at Peugeot said: “After a successful show this year, Peugeot is delighted to announce our attendance at CCIA 2015. Visitors to the Peugeot stand will be able to find out more about the benefits of our award winning, low-emission vehicles, which boast impressive fuel efficiency, low SMR costs and a whole host of stunning features.

“CCIA represents a real opportunity to sample the best cars available in the market and we look forward to showing fleet managers the newest and best range of vehicles Peugeot has ever had to offer.”

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