Company Car in Action's Great Debates are to return to the arrive and drive event this year.
Held in the exhibition hall, these open forum debates encourage interaction with fleet operators and help to inform and educate on two of the hottest topics facing fleet decision makers in their roles.
The first topic to be covered on the morning of Tuesday 14 June is the ACFO fines debate. Fines can be the bane of any fleet manager’s life, and research suggests the problem is getting worse. So what can you do about it? How can you reduce the cost to your company? This debate will look at the problem, consider who’s to blame, identify the potential solutions and assess the role of the leasing company in helping fleets to resolve the issue.
On the second day, the CCIA fleet managers v’s outsourcing debate will be held. Views often centre on a fleet’s core purpose, e.g. perk cars of job-need vans, on a business philosophy over risk and control, or from a previous bad experience of one of the options. Most fleets sit somewhere in the middle, retain some functions in-house and outsource some to a leasing or fleet management company. This debate will look at the options, ask which is best for you and consider some of the pitfalls to avoid.
To register your interest for either of the free debates visit http://company-car-in-action.fleetnews.co.uk/for-visitors/the-great-debates