John Mellor from Norse at Future Fleet Forum. Darren Small
Come and meet LAPV at RWM (5W06) – follow us on Facebook!
Published: 01 September, 2015
LAPV, the leading magazine for fleet, plant and transport managers in local authorities, will be exhibiting at RWM – held at the NEC from 15-17 September – at stand 5W06. LAPV is also very happy to announce that the City of London Corporation, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, CLOCS and FORS have again signed up as partners for the Future Fleet Forum, the fleet managers’ thought leadership event of the year (Stoneleigh Park, June 29, 2016).
‘LAPV is absolutely delighted to have these prestigious organisations on-board again for the Future Fleet Forum. LAPV and our partnering organisations have in common that we all set out to improve industry standards while creating new benchmarks,’ said editor of LAPV, and organiser of the Future Fleet Forum, Ann-Marie Knegt.
The first speaker and sponsors have already been confirmed, and many industry leaders have already pledged their support for next year’s event, so it is promising to become much larger than the inaugural event held on June 24, 2015.
If you are interested in being part of Future Fleet Forum 2016, and/or if you wish to meet the LAPV team and make an appointment to discuss your commercial and editorial requirements at RWM, please contact the editor Ann-Marie Knegt at email@example.com, and we will book a suitable date and time.
LAPV (Local Authority Plant and Vehicles) is investing heavily in its online identity. This is why the magazine now maintains its own Facebook page. By becoming a follower people can engage with the magazine and its editor and help determine the editorial content for the year to come.
TFL presented its CLOCS and FORS schemes at Future Fleet Forum. Darren Small
LAPVs Twitter audience is fast growing, with over 500 followers, we hope to double this number by the beginning of next year. You can find us under the handle @LAPVmagazine.
As well as print copies, LAPV now sends out digital copies to its 4,000 digital subscribers in local authorities and contracting organisations. These people also receive our newsletter with the latest industry news and developments related to procurement, safety, sustainability, legislation and protecting the environment. People who are interested in receiving LAPV can subscribe here.
‘We look forward to seeing you at RWM, where you can pick up your free copy of LAPV with the full coverage of the Future Fleet Forum 2015 in it, and much more. LAPV aims to bring public and private sector together with central government on one platform . A lot more initiatives will be launched to improve industry standards this coming year, so watch this space… I will have more information soon,’ concluded Ann-Marie.