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Ford and Volvo among key car brands at Fleet & Mobility Live 2021

Ford and Volvo have confirmed their attendance as exhibitors at this year’s Fleet & Mobility Live event.

A number of key fleet car and van makers are expected to join Fleet & Mobility Live 2021 at the Birmingham NEC on October 5-6, showcasing the latest fleet-relevant models.

Ford has recently introduced it’s first series-production electric car, the Mustang Mach-E, and will shortly introduce its first electric Transit van. These fully electric models sit alongside the plug-in hybrid Kuga and Transit Custom, while Ford has also boosted the number of hybrid and mild-hybrid powertrains offered across the rest of its line-up.

Volvo is making a significant shift to electrification too, with the new XC40 Recharge fully-electric model spearheading its future line-up. Shortly, the XC40 will  be joined by an all-new C40 electric SUV, which will be Volvo’s first car to be offered exclusively as an EV.

The annual Fleet & Mobility Live event is returning to a physical format this year, meaning delegates can see the latest electric and hybrid cars and vans in the flesh and learn more about them from brand representatives.

Fleet & Mobility Live 2021 will offer priceless fleet insight, curated by leading fleet and HR managers, to address current fleet issues and long-term challenges.

As well as seeing the latest vehicles and products, the event offers plenty of networking opportunities. There will also be a range of seminars, with more than 20 expert speakers present across the two-day event.

The safety of visitors, exhibitors and staff is the top priority for Fleet News and the NEC, and a series of robust measures will be in place to protect everyone. Fleet decision-makers and suppliers will be able to attend the event in complete confidence.

The agenda for Fleet & Mobility Live is now available to view and registrations are open and free to fleet decision makers.

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Fleet & Mobility Live is over for another year – and what an extra special couple of days we've had reconnecting the fleet and mobility sector at the NEC.

If you weren’t able to attend any of the seminar sessions, on-demand videos will be available soon so you can catch up in your own time. Stay tuned.

We would like to extend a huge thank you to our visitors, speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, supporting organisations, organisers and everyone else involved. We truly hope you had a great show.

Let us know your highlights from the last two days using the #FleetAndMobilityLive hashtag and tag us on Twitter and on LinkedIn.

See you next year - we're back on 11-12 October 2022.

 

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