GreenFleet’s 8th annual Arrive ‘n’ Drive event is taking place next week at Rockingham and Microlise will be on-site alongside OEM partner DAF Trucks – the event’s first exhibiting HGV manufacturer. The event is happening on the 23rd September and DAF will be showcasing the latest Euro VI vehicles. We will be on hand to discuss all things telematics and fleet management.
The Arrive ‘n’ Drive event offers visitors the chance to drive the latest low emission cars and vans, and with DAF also attending, it’s a great event for organisations with a mixed fleet.
GreenFleet will have workshops running throughout the day:
FTA van excellence: This year the Freight Transport Association (FTA) will have an interactive workshop on the day, designed to inform you of the benefits of having your van fleet accredited, and the pitfalls of not.
The Van Excellence initiative is open to van operators of all sizes and business sectors and includes non FTA members. It aims to enhance standards of van operator compliance, it celebrates operators who demonstrate excellence, and represents the interests of the van industry.
Public sector fleets: This year, representatives from the Crown Commercial Service (CCS – formerly Government Procurement Service and BuyingSolutions), and public sector leasing specialist, Alphabet, will host a dedicated workshop giving visitors the most up to date changes and developments to the Fleet Frameworks.
The CCS will stage a morning and afternoon workshop to help all public sector professionals understand the latest changes, and how they affect the way they purchase and lease fleet related goods and services.
Most of the major manufacturers will be present on the day, offering the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the latest emission-friendly vehicles. Highlights include:
- Volkswagen e-Golf, launched this summer, and the e-Up, which was released earlier in the year
- Nissan e-NV200 electric van
- Peugeot Partner electric van
We hope you can join us on the day. Please visit the GreenFleet Arrive ‘N’ Drive website to register.