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Guidance for fleets on a changing urban landscape

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Fleets are beginning the journey to a carbon-free future and they will be briefed on what the first steps will look like at a special seminar to be held next month.

Experts from the Energy Saving Trust and British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association will outline the journey towards cleaner cities and how fleets can adapt to a greener future.

The briefing, which takes place at Fleet Management LIVE, held at the NEC, Birmingham on October 3-4, will look at issues including the legislative framework for cleaner transport, plans for the future and the timeline for change.

The speakers, Toby Poston, director of communications and external relations at the BVRLA and Ian Featherstone, fleet advice manager for the EST, will look at potential strategies for developing mobility solutions, how industry suppliers are supporting change and what fleets need from government.

The session will focus on the key facts delegates need to know so they can prepare strategies for the future of their fleet. It will provide a vital overview of how the market is developing and the options available for change.

The special session is one of more than a dozen added-value seminars and presentations at Fleet Management LIVE, covering the key issues facing fleet managers and other departments including HR, finance and procurement.

For further details, visit www.fleetmanagementlive.co.uk.

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