The FORS Members’ Conference will return this autumn, with an agenda designed to help commercial fleets become safer, smarter and greener.
A clip of a truck driver helping an elderly lady cross the road has become an internet sensation.
Travis Perkins has used Virtual Reality (VR) technology to train over 1,000 drivers who work across the Group’s CCF, BSS and Keyline businesses, to deliver significant environmental benefits.
LeasePlan UK has become the first van leasing company in the UK to gain FORS Vehicle Hire Company accreditation.
FORS is launching a new live interactive webinar to help its members and champions understand the relationship between FORS and CLOCS.
FORS has released a new tyre management guide outlining best practice that can help reduce tyre wear, increase vehicle safety and reduce a vehicle’s environmental impact.
FORS has announced that ND Brown has become the first vehicle hire fleet in the UK to gain FORS Vehicle Hire Company accreditation.
Swift Scaffolding has become the first Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Gold-rated organisation to sign up for the new FORS Fleet Management System (FMS).
McGee has invested a further £2m in its truck fleet with 20 tipper, skip and plant lorries added to its FORS Gold accredited fleet.
FORS has unveiled two new guides offering advice on both fuel management and winter driving.
Mobile Mini has successfully achieved the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) gold level transport award for the sixth consecutive year.
Enfield Council has replaced 36 trucks with a new fleet of Mercedes-Benz Econics in one of the year’s biggest orders for refuse collection vehicles.
Revamped rules for Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) aim to help operators mitigate the threat of terrorism and address the need for air quality improvements.
Fifty fleets have signed up to trial new fleet management software developed by FleetCheck for FORS in the first month it has been available.
The FORS Members’ Conference, which is free to attend for FORS members, will take place on Tuesday, October 16.
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