Fleet Source to exhibit at The Commercial Vehicle Show 2018 with its most audacious stand yet, including a FORS clinic

Visit stand 4J19, talk with experts about Fleet Source’s FORS approved driver training, find out about their award winning Terrorism Risk Incident Prevention course (TRIP) and be in with a chance of winning exclusive prizes

Letchworth, February 06, 2018 – Fleet Source, a leading provider of unrivalled training for the road transport industry and the largest provider of Safe Urban Driving training in the UK, will be exhibiting at the 2018 Commercial Vehicle Show on the 24th – 26th April at the NEC, Birmingham.

The event, hosted at the NEC Arena, is the best attended, largest and most comprehensive road transport and commercial vehicle event in the UK. Fleet Source is going bigger and better in 2018, producing its most impressive stand yet. Whilst maintaining the same look-and-feel from last year, its new stand will allow maximum comfort and space for networking with delegates, with an eye-catching video wall.

Fleet Source will be hosting a FORS Clinic on behalf of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme. The Clinic will offer FORS members guidance and support with Senior Auditors available to advise on the FORS Standard, requirements and auditing process and Training Advisors who will be available to discuss approved driver training, such as Safe Urban Driving and Van Smart.

Fleet Source are part of the FORS Community Partnership alongside AECOM and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), delivering approved and funded training for FORS. Fleet Source also provide audit management and delivery, FORS Workshop management and delivery, and have a role in FORS training course development.

Following the launch of its award winning Driver CPC course, Terrorism Risk and Incident Prevention (TRIP), Fleet Source will be the voice for counter-terrorism within the road transport industry at the event.

The focus on the risks to commercial fleets has been significantly heightened in 2018 following the increase in ‘Vehicle As A Weapon’ (VAAW) attacks throughout last year. Therefore, over the 3 days, Fleet Source will be providing expert guidance and advice around best practice forhelping to protect fleets from a potential terrorist attack.

Guests who visit the stand (4J19) will also be in with the chance of winning exclusive prizes that will be available throughout the duration of the show.

With the event attracting more than 21,000 business visitors, Fleet Source will be taking this opportunity to showcase its growing and innovative training portfolio. With an engaging stand and expert personnel on hand, Fleet Source will provide advice to delegates that need assistance with their FORS and DCPC requirements.

“We are delighted to be exhibiting at this year’s Commercial Vehicle show,” said Nick Caesari, Managing Director at Fleet Source. “The event provides a great opportunity for us to share our expertise on driver training with the industry. We are also really excited to talk to visitors about ‘TRIP’, our award winning CPC course that helps educate drivers on the risks of terrorism and teaches best practice when it comes to protecting operator’s fleets from a potential terrorist attack,” Caesari concluded.

For more information or to book an appointment to meet with a Fleet Source specialist on any of the three days in April, please contact:

Sarah Green

Marketing Manager

Email: sarah.green@fleetsource.co.uk 

For more information, please visit http://www.fleetsource.co.uk/

 

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About Fleet Source 

Fleet Source provides an innovative approach to simplify the legal obligations for work-related road transport and a comprehensive range of products and services that provide operational confidence in compliance, safety and environmental awareness. Our network of fleet specialists, trainers and compliance auditors have a combined wealth of transport experience and knowledge gained from proven backgrounds including, enforcement bodies, transport authorities, commercial and military logistics.

Fleet Source is now one of the top ten DCPC training providers in the UK and also Transport for London’s primary contractor delivering its funded DCPC training program to FORS accredited and registered operators throughout the UK. Fleet Source is also the UK’s largest Approved Vulnerable Road User (Safe Urban Driving & Van Smart) training provider, helping fleet operators reduce the risks of incidents with Vulnerable Road Users such as cyclists.

Fleet Source  has the UK’s largest fleet compliance auditing team and as the exclusive accreditation body of the FORS Community Partnership (alongside AECOM and the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport), it now conducts nearly 500 FORS (Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme) audits annually, across the UK & Europe.  

For more information, please visit http://www.fleetsource.co.uk/ or contact:

Michelle Cross

The PR Room

Tel: 0845 094 2902

Email: michelle.cross@theprroom.co.uk