Long-serving ACFO director and chairman, John Pryor, will officially stand down from the ACFO board at the 2019 AGM, which will be held on June 12.
Fleet operators are tackling a “forest of fires” thanks, in part, to the Government being unable to set the agenda because of Brexit, says ACFO chairman John Pryor.
Employees in increasing numbers are opting to take cash in lieu of a company car amid year-on-year rises in company car tax, risking the Government’s green agenda.
Fleet decision-makers are being urged to attend ACFO’s spring seminar next Wednesday (March 27) to gain clarity on a number of topical issues.
The seminar - Another Year of Evolution - is being held on Wednesday, March 27, at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon, Warwickshire.
ACFO is urging the Government to adopt a six-point action plan to protect and enhance company car demand.
Fleet News with BVRLA, ACFO and other industry stakeholders call on fleets and their drivers to comment on Government review of company car taxation rates.
Fleet representative trade body ACFO has launched a new website, with easier member access to seminar and webinar recordings.
Now is the time for the DfT to take charge and start funding the development of new digital platforms for planning journeys, says the Transport Committee.
AD Bly fleet manager Adam Gamlin was ‘thrown in at the deep end’ when he landed the role. Fortunately, help was readily at hand.
By John Pryor, ACFO chairman
ACFO has renewed its calls for plug-in hybrid vehicle advisory fuel rates to be introduced after reports that many employees do not charge their PHEVs.
Stewart Lightbody, head of fleet services at Anglian Water, is to join the board of ACFO following Phil Redman's decision to retire at the end fo the year.
The Budget was a “waste of golden opportunity” to provide clarity and stability to fleet decision-makers on future company car benefit-in-kind tax rates, says ACFO.
ACFO will expand its global reach by joining the new European Fleet and Mobility Association (EUFMA).
Fleet decision-makers’ organisation ACFO will analyse what the Budget means to fleets in its autumn seminar.
ACFO is urging Chancellor Philip Hammond to announce the company car benefit-in-kind tax regime until the end of the 2024/25 financial year.
Delegates at industry briefing call on the Government to make a clear decision so fleet bodies can work with ministers to achieve the best outcome for all. By Stephen Briers
ACFO believes there will be a conflict of interest when the BVRLA attempts to represent both suppliers and customers in the same industry.
Employers would be “mad” to keep fleet and travel information in different silos and not manage it to introduce effective mobility management policies.
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