Fleet News

Going monthly will boost digital offering and provide in-depth print analysis

Stephen Briers

It’s our last issue of the year and our last fortnightly issue before we go monthly (technically 15 issues a year with additional editions in March, September and November).

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While you’ll receive nothing from us in print until January 24, you can join the other 200,000-plus regulars staying up-to-date with breaking news and fleet developments via our website and newsletter.

The growth in our digital products is one of the reasons why we are reducing the frequency of the magazine.

Most of you are getting your daily or weekly news fix from the website; the magazine needs to provide greater depth and analysis across all its content and going monthly gives us the time to deliver this.

Our best loved sections will remain, including our fleet profiles and manufacturer/supplier interviews, while we will continue to dig behind the headlines of the month’s most significant news stories, adding greater commentary and insight to keep you fully informed.

Our new ‘Tomorrow’s Fleet’ section will shine a light on the latest developments in mobility, autonomy, connectivity, shared services and electrification, helping you to understand how these next-gen technologies can improve your operations.

Meanwhile, ‘Today’s Fleet’ will provide the best practice, benchmarking and fleet education insight required to help you maximise efficiencies and effectiveness.

Fleet News will also incorporate Commercial Fleet, as many of the most pressing issues affect all fleet operators irrespective of the size and type of vehicles they manage.

In short, we will become your one-stop-shop for everything relevant to the business of moving people, goods and services around: in print, online and via our events.

Finally, from all of us at Fleet News, Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

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