LAPV June 2014 has been published
Published: 27 May, 2014
To read the latest issue, please click here or on the cover
Editorial contributions required for LAPV September
Editorial deadline: July 25
Advertising deadline: August 1
Print: August 15
Published: August 27
Work has now started on the LAPV September issue. We are currently looking for editorial contributions for the list of features below. We do NOT charge for this.
Organisations that would like to support the next issue commercially should get in touch with Jason Pidgeon, 0044 20 7973 4645, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Currently we are looking for news releases, product developments, case studies, and research papers related to the subjects mentioned below. We take by-lined articles as well as carrying out interviews ourselves.
The word count will be decided based on the story's merit, and we look for at least two high-resolution pictures (1MB/300 dpi) with each story. Anything smaller than 900 KB is not suitable for print because of quality loss.
Please get in touch withAnn-Marie Knegt,Editor LAPV,0044 1935 374001
LAPV September 2014
· Special focus: Round up of PAWRS: key trends for 2014
· Technical reports: Road waste recycling equipment
· Vans and equipment carriers
· Winter maintenance equipment
· Community transport
· Grounds care
· Efficiency: Driver training and safety
· Vehicle test
- Great fleet idea â€“ but how do you make it happen?
A vital reality check showing how to overcome obstacles to change will be provided Arend Mouton, Fleet Manager for the City of London Police, who has been confirmed the final top level speaker at the Future Fleet Forum on June 29th.
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- Go Plant takes innovative approach to driver shortage
Road sweeper specialists Go Plant Limited has taken an innovative approach to overcome the national shortage of qualified and experienced HGV drivers.
- New refuse collection vehicles for Broxtowe
For a newly appointed Mayor there are many duties that have to be fulfilled, opening new buildings, attending civic functions, the list is endless, however, for Broxtowe's new Madam Mayor, Councillor Susan Bagshaw, a more unusual appointment arose recently to receive the keys to a pair of high-tech, eco-efficient, refuse freighters from Terberg Matec UK, a lead supplier to the Nottinghamshire Vehicle Consortium.
- CILT Conference focuses on vulnerable road users and safety
Over 100 delegates attended the CILT Transport & Logistics Safety Forum Conference at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedford on March 31. The conference theme:Our Vehicles, Our Safety, Our Responsibility: Improving Road Safety for Vulnerable Road Usershighlighted the importance of having safety high on the boardroom agenda.