All the pictures from the 2015 Commercial Fleet Summit.
In the first years of the new millennium the volume of data available to fleet operators increased by a factor of 50, but that is in the slow lane compared to the torrent of “big data” that will be delivered from the “connected car”.
Light commercial vehicles play a critical role in the 21st century and without them it would be difficult to imagine day-to-day living continuing as we know it.
Health and safety compliance is critical for every organisation, and in most businesses risk exposure is at its greatest among employees that drive for work.
Fleet managers in charge of vans and drivers have a duty and responsibility to manage them using similar policies and procedures as used in the HGV sector.
Fleet vehicle downtime, particularly if it is unscheduled, can cost organisations thousands of pounds per day and cause reputational damage.
Fleet managers can learn more about benchmarking at the first Commercial Fleet Summit and Exhibition on September 24 at the International Centre, Telford.
Issues ranging from work-related road safety to reducing vehicle off-road time will be examined at the first Commercial Fleet Summit and Exhibition.
The Commercial Fleet Summit and Exhibition, followed by the Commercial Fleet Awards, have now been launched for 2015.