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.
Fleet representative body ACFO is considering joining the European Fleet and Mobility Association (EUFMA) to expand its global reach.
Trade body for the rental and leasing industry says it can give fleets a “stronger and louder voice”.
We contacted leading figures to ask where they believe fleet is heading over the coming 20 years. All expect MaaS to become widespread, reports Andrew Ryan.
We asked key fleet figures from the past 40 years to identify some significant innovations and the impact they have had on the industry. Simon Harris reports
ACFO welcomes HMRC decision to introduce a mileage reimbursement rate for electric company cars of 4 pence per mile (ppl) from September 1.
Organisations wanting to add electric vehicles to their fleets have traditionally faced many barriers, but these are being solved. Andrew Ryan reports
As a result of air quality debates, Fleet News editor invites industry figures to have their say in the Fleet Budget Manifesto
ACFO chairman John Pryor was one of three directors unanimously re-elected to the board of the fleet decision-makers' organisation at the company's AGM.
ACFO has met leaders of the Global Fleet Consortium Network to discuss how they work together to promote fleet management best practice worldwide.
Diesel will remain a key fleet fuel and an “indispensable” part of the air quality solution, Volkswagen told listeners to ACFO’s third webinar.
By John Pryor, chairman, ACFO
ACFO has announced that its third webinar of the year will focus on fleet fuels of the future as powertrain selection is one of the “biggest issues”.
Fleet operators have been warned that “doing nothing” in the face of legislation and taxation changes will lead to increased costs and “noise” from drivers.
High-tech safety features, which the European Commission (EC) wants to see fitted as standard on cars and vans, could add hundreds of pounds to list prices.
Claims business supports plans for zero emission zones in London boroughs from 2020, and a zero emission zone in central London from 2025, have been questioned by ACFO.
Dr Lisa Dorn from Cranfield University told delegates that there was “a lot of work to be done” to help drivers overcome lapses.
Fleet safety body, Driving for Better Business is helping to reduce at-work road deaths as part of Government’s five-year investment plan.
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