LAPV June 2018 has been published.

Published:  18 June, 2018

Your latest digital copy of LAPV is now available. What can you read in this issue?

  • News: The latest news on industry, contracts won, and new product developments.
  • Events: The lowdown on the Southern Municipal Exhibition and OWL Roadshow Midlands.
  • Clifford Comments: Phil Clifford advocates for recognition for fleet management practitioners.
  • Future Fleet Forum workshops: Lively debate marked day two of Future Fleet Forum 2018, which featured a series of interactive workshops on everything from road safety and driver shortages to fleet consolidation and procurement in London and New York.
  • Company news: HL Smith Transmissions celebrates its appointment as an authorised direct rebuilder for Allison Transmission.
  • The essence of simplicity: Geesinknorba unveils its latest innovation in the refuse collection: the clean, light, and efficient Norba N4 rear-loader.
  • Safer, cleaner streets: Dennis Eagle discusses strategies for improving air quality and road safety in London and announces the launch of its new eCollect electric RCV.
  • CNG Sweeper for Leeds: The first compressed natural gas truck-mounted road sweeper has gone into service with Leeds City Council.
  • Who's who at OWL: OWL Cardiff brought together high-profile speakers and industry leaders from both the public and private sectors.
  • Dynamic purchasing systems: Phil Williams discussed the pros and cons of dynamic purchasing systems for fleet procurement.
  • Future fleet procurement: There is no one-size-fits-all solution for future fleet provision, so keep an open mind and test the market before ruling anything in or out.
  • Driver training: The importance of driver training cannot be overestimated, argues Mark Kennedy from 4K Driver Training.
  • Test drive: Mercedes Sprinter: Steve Banner travels to The Netherlands for LAPV to test drive the updated Sprinter range from Mercedes-Benz.

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