- Fleet, transport managers in local authorities,
- Workshop managers, depot managers, operational managers with a responsibility for fleet (including waste, streetcleansing, grounds care and winter maintenance)
- Procurement managers and senior staff involved in the procurement of fleet for local authorities and contracting organisations
The LAPV Future Fleet Forum will bring together Fleet and Transport Managers from the public sector and its contracting organisations, to address key challenges faced by our industry, including procurement issues, compliance and safety.
LAPV FFF has been designed to improve industry standards and promote innovative thinking, and the day will consist of a lively and varied programme with top-level speakers, workshops, a large debate and driving demonstrations. Another aim of the day is to bridge the gap between public sector buyers and private sector suppliers.
Future Fleet Forum 2016 offers a unique platform to network across the industry, and provides the opportunity to:
- Learn about changes in legislation and fleet procurement processes and procedures
- Achieve a greater understanding about how local authority fleet management works in different types of councils
- Identify new ways to improve the efficiency of operations and reduce costs
- See live vehicle demonstrations and meet with exhibitors from the industry
- Gain four hours of CPD points, certified by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport
Make sure you don’t miss out on your opportunity to be a part of this unique industry event by registering today.
- To learn about the latest thinking and strategy planning for local authority fleet management operations
- To increase understanding between all parties involved in the procurement of fleet
- To create a richer commercial dialogue, so local authorities and private sector organisations can implement better fleet management strategies
- To debate key topic areas with other local authority and private sector personnel
- To discuss vital areas such as funding and the role of new technology for fleet management.