Read your copy of LAPV June 2016

Published:  06 June, 2016

In this latest issue you can read the full preview of the Future Fleet Forum and find out how you can attend this thought leading event at a discounted rate. We also cover the new narrow track RCV, which is set to change the industry. We explain how HGV platooning will affect fleet managers and talk about new safety innovations and much more…

Click here or on the cover to read LAPV June

What is coming up in LAPV September and how can you contribute?

LAPV September 2016

Deadline: August 5, 2016

Special focus:

Report on the Future Fleet Forum and the round table debate with Keith Kerman, Chief Fleet of Officer of the City of New York

RWM launch issue – what is in store for this year's show

Technical reports:

  • Vans and multi-use equipment carriers
  • Winter maintenance vehicles
  • Gulley and sweeper waste recycling systems
  • Earth movers and waste and treatment facility equipment

Vehicle test

Efficiency:

  • Driver training
  • Health and safety for refuse collection vehicles

To contribute editorially contact the editor Ann-Marie Knegt, 01935 374001.

To advertise contact commercial manager Jason Pidgeon, 0207 973 6545.

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