Fleet decision-makers have two weeks to submit their initial entries to the Fleet News Awards.
The deadline is November 23.
Now in its 31st year, the awards represent the pinnacle of fleet achievement. Winning an award raises the profile of a fleet decision-maker both internally and externally.
Fleet News editor-in-chief Stephen Briers said: “We’ve had a fair amount of interest, but I’m looking for more companies to enter across the fleet categories. You will now have to go straight to the full entry form, but it isn’t as taxing or time-consuming as you might think.”
Numerous studies have shown the positive impacts that winning industry awards can have on a business and its employees. Even being shortlisted can have a positive effect, according to studies carried out by awards consultancies.
“Winners receive widespread publicity and the respect of industry peers, as well as an acknowledgement of the importance of the people in their business” said Briers.
“A Fleet News award is the biggest honour in fleet.”
Judged by some of the most respected fleets, leasing providers and pricing guides in the country, chaired by ex-SMMT chief executive Christopher Macgowan and fully audited, the Fleet News Awards combine transparency with robust deliberations to ensure only the very best companies and people are victorious.
Awards winners will collect their coveted trophies at a glittering ceremony on March 20, 2019, at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
The fleet categories are:
- Fleet of the Year – up to 250 vehicles
- Fleet of the Year – 251-1000 vehicles
- Fleet of the Year – 1001-plus vehicles
- Most Improved Fleet of the Year
- Safe Fleet Award
- Eco Fleet Award
- Outstanding Cost Control Award
- Fleet Manager of the Year
Suppliers and manufacturers have until November 23 to submit their entries.
To enter, go to the awards website.