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Fleet News Awards: Less than two weeks to go – still time to book your tickets

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The Fleet News Awards, now in its 28th year, is recognised as the most influential and important awards in the fleet industry.

The judging panel has met and compiled the list of the pioneering and class leading people, companies and vehicles in fleet, and the full shortlist has been announced

With 31 awards up for grabs, fleets, manufacturers and suppliers will battle once again in the keenly-contested Awards and set a tough task for the judges, who are drawn from across the sector.

Stephen Briers, editor-in-chief of Fleet News, said: “It takes real effort to win these awards: they represent the pinnacle of fleet success and honour excellence, innovation and quality.

“Sponsor support has been overwhelming and I would like to thank them all, in particular our Platinum partners for 2016 - Škoda UK, Interactive Fleet Management, Renault UK, Zenith, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, LeasePlan and the Automobile Association”.

The event, taking place on Thursday March 10, once again looks set to be a great evening with well over 1500 guests already secured and whether you are a winner, a shortlisted company or an entrant, we can promise you an enjoyable evening.

You still have time to book your tickets for the networking event of the year, so we urge you to contact the Fleet News events team as soon as possible to ensure you don’t miss out.

Contact Sandra Evitt on 01733 468123 or sandra.evitt@bauermedia.co.uk for further details.


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