Fiat Professionalhas announced it will be the headline sponsor of The Fleet Van Summit 2012, to be held at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire on 18 September 2012.
The Fleet Van Summit 2012 is one of the UK’s most significant events for UK van fleet decision makers and other fleet industry executives, and will feature a line-up of high profile speakers and industry experts discussing the major issues facing the industry today.
Delegates attending the event will have the opportunity to network with fellow colleagues, gain new ideas and fresh approaches, pose questions, listen to real-life case studies, benchmark performance and share best practice.
Commenting on the sponsorship deal, Sebastiano Fedrigo, director, Fiat Professional UK says: “Fiat Professional is delighted to be associated with this flagship event. The Fleet Van Summit provides us with the ideal environment to showcase our range of award-winning and environmentally-friendly vehicles equipped with our latest technological features to key fleet decision makers in the fleet industry.
“As one of the UK’s leading players in the market, this important event offers the perfect opportunity to network with van fleet decision makers and also to maintain and enhance our relationship with our valued customers.”
Fiat Professional will be exhibiting four vehicles from its award-winning range at the event. The vehicles on display will include the recently introduced Doblò XL, new Fiorino Crew Cab Van and new Doblò Maxi Crew Cab Van together with a Ducato Tecnico.
Editor-in-Chief of Fleet Van and Fleet News, Stephen Briers commented: “We are delighted that Fiat Professional is supporting the Fleet Van Summit this year. The Summit is the perfect opportunity for Fiat Professional to raise its profile among some of the leading van fleet operators in the business. This year’s conference, on September 18 at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire, brings together experts from across the van sector to discuss the key topics facing van fleet operators including safety, efficiency and future legislation.”