ACFO is the UK’s premier representative organisation for fleet decision-makers in charge of cars and light commercial vehicles. The organisation exists to help fleet decision-makers improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their business travel operation. Established more than 40 years ago, ACFO’s membership includes most of Britain’s major fleets as well as those drawn from the SME sector.
Chargemaster is the UK’s biggest name in electric vehicle charging; designing, building, selling and maintaining the best charge points across the country. The company also runs POLAR, the largest public charging network, giving members access to over 5,00 charge points in the UK. As the trusted charging infrastructure for thousands of EV drivers, Chargemaster works with owners, businesses, local authorities and car manufacturers to provide every aspect of electric charging.
Glass’s, the largest vehicle data provider in Europe as part of Autovista Group, will be on hand to provide the most up to date and essential Car and Commercial Vehicle residual value forecast data to drivers and fleet decision makers attending this year’s event.
Attendees will also have the chance to put their forecast knowledge to the test for the chance to win prizes.
Monitoring and assessing residual values is critical to managing current and future levels of risk. Glass’s have a comprehensive database identifying the myriad of models and derivatives in the market today, and with up to 8.4 million retail and 1.6 million trade market observations made every year, are able to give accurate forecast residual valuations to help fleet owners and managers make considered decisions on their fleet cars.
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Licence Bureau is again proud to be the Driver Licence Checking Partner for Company Car in Action (CCIA) 14th – 15th June 2016.
Licence Bureau was the FIRST Company to provide a business solution to the issue of checking driving licences in the UK. The process was created using the DVLA database in 2003 and endorsed in 2004 when the Health and Safety Executive launched a document called ‘Driving at Work’.
The business initially provided its customers with a website portal providing driving licence checking results only; this later included documentation validation for vehicles used at work.
In 2014 Licence Bureau launched a unique new web portal, ‘Compliance Managed Services’ (CMS), which allows clients to access, check and improve their drivers quickly and efficiently online via an exception management alert system.
Services include: Driver Audit, Licence Checking, Grey Fleet Management, Risk Assessment and Driver Training, Permit to Drive and Right to Work Validation.