Thank you for attending our virtual Annual Fleet Forum Conference on June 28 & 29!!
We will See You Next Year!
The Annual Fleet Forum Conference is an opportunity to network with, and learn from, over 800 other fleet professionals with responsibility for fleet management-related activities. It is a forum to share sector knowledge, challenge and inspire one another, and collaborate in innovate ways in order to identify future solutions and tools and further professionalise the industry.
The winner of the 2022 Best Transport Achievement Award is:
ICRC for their Fleet Safety Program
Click on this link to view the Award Ceremony and to see their presentation video.
About the 2022 Theme
This years theme is titled: “Shape the Future: Engage, Share & Learn”, Underscoring the innovations and new concepts entering our fleet management community.
Two Agenda Steering Groups, consisting of Fleet Forum members, identified these topics:
Why now is the time to clean and green your fleet;
The future of fleet is carsharing;
Benchmarking as a method to enhance your fleets’ performance;
Learning from experts.
Our pre-conference network event:
One of the best parts of a conference is the chance to meet up with old friends or meet new people.
In that light, we hope you enjoyed our Pre-Conference Networking Event which took place on 8 June.
This networking event was the opportunity to get to know your fellow conference participants, make new connections and renew old ones before the Virtual Annual Fleet Forum Conference takes place at the end of June.
During the Networking Event we had networking tables on a wide range of topics, namely:
Electric and hybrid vehicles
Training fleet managers
7. Road Safety
8. Emission reduction
9. Maintenance and repair
10. Spare parts
12. Contractor management
Have a look at the 2022 speakers and topics.
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Why do others view the Conference?
Hosting our conference is Toyota Gibraltar Stockholdings (TGS), the official supplier of Toyota Motor Corporation’s ex-stock vehicles and parts to aid and humanitarian agencies. Established in 1996, TGS has supplied over 60,000 vehicles and related solutions to over 100 countries, while TGS Technical Training has over 23 years of experience in delivering training on road safety, best practice and fleet management key performance indicators. In the past six years, it has trained 2,705 participants in 64 countries across the humanitarian community. Its “Safe Drive” certification programme, delivered in partnership with the Bioforce Institute, encourages forward-thinking organisational success.