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, safety, and sustainability.
The Future Fleet Forum is the only international public sector fleet management event that offers new ways of thinking, examples of global best practice and solutions to overcome the challenges of managing a fleet in a constantly changing political environment.
Brought to you by LAPV, CILT, The City of London and the City of New York the forum will be delivered by senior fleet management officials from two of the leading cities in the world as well as a range of international experts.
Future Fleet Forum will be of benefit to:
- Fleet and 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 Forum is free to attend for the public sector fleet and transport managers.
The City of London, City of New York and City of Montreal participated in The Future Fleet Forum.
Public sector transport and fleet managers registered for 2018 included representatives from: Barking & Dagenham LBC, Barnet LBC, Belfast City Council, Birmingham CC, Braintree DC, Calderdale MBC, Camden LBC, City of London, City of Montreal, City of New York, Colchester BC, Denbighshire CC, Enfield LBC, Gateshead MBC, Greater London Authority, Fareham BC, Greenwich RLBC, Guildford BC, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, Lambeth Council, Leeds CC Fleet Services, Lewisham LBC, Luton BC, Metropolitan Police, Mole Valley DC, Newham LBC, Oxford City Council, Redbridge LBC, Reigate & Banstead BC, Rugby BC, Southwark LBC, Stockton-on-Tees BC, Sunderland City Council, Tower Hamlets LBC, Transport for London, Wolverhampton City Council and many more.
Registration is open for the Future Fleet Forum 2019 which is free to attend for local authority fleet transport managers. Click here to register today.