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Fleet Live 2019 opens its doors for two-day event

Fleet Live 2019 visitors

Fleet Live welcomes the fleet industry today (Tuesday, October 8) at the NEC in Birmingham, as it showcases the changing face of fleet management. 

Running today and tomorrow (Wednesday, October 9), mobility, safety and driver wellbeing will be key subjects at this year’s Fleet Live, the UK’s leading event for the fleet management community.

Pictures from day one of Fleet Live 2019


The two-day event gives fleet decision-makers of all levels of experience a chance to listen, learn and share their thoughts and actions on the topics currently influencing the business sector.

Focused on executives from a fleet, purchasing and finance background, Fleet Live will deliver insight and advice on how to run an effective, efficient fleet.

Video highlights from day one of Fleet Live 2019

Visitors to Fleet Live 2019 will be able to take part in a range of seminars and theatre sessions, hearing from 40+ expert speakers on how to tackle and resolve many of the key issues in fleet. 

All the speakers are experts in their fields, either fleet decision-makers or representatives of specialist industry bodies and organisations. There will be no sales pitches.

There are also be more than 110 exhibitors at the event, ranging from vehicle manufacturers and leasing companies to telematics and data suppliers.

The event is free to attend and delegates can still sign up for their ticket at www.fleet-live.co.uk/online-registration.

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