Tag : ACFO
New Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platforms could ensure a ‘transport revolution’ for fleets and drivers but only if the Government brings practical support and leadership.
Stewart Lightbody, head of fleet services at Anglian Water, is to be co-opted to the board of ACFO following the decision of Phil Redman to retire … Read More »
The Government is being urged to rethink plans to cut grant funding for plug-in hybrids from next month as the move starts to take its toll … Read More »
UK fleet decision-makers’ organisation ACFO has confirmed it is to join the recently formed European Fleet and Mobility Association (EUFMA) in a move to expand its … Read More »
ACFO’s forthcoming autumn seminar will be held just days after the 2018 Budget, providing fleet decision-makers with clarity around all the key fleet-related announcements.
ACFO chairman John Pryor has told Fleet World the organisation is “surprised and disappointed” at the BVRLA’s move to open its membership to fleet operators from … Read More »
ACFO is expanding its global work as it looks to pool fleet management best practice.
Three ACFO directors have been unanimously re-elected to the board at the organisation’s AGM.
The issues surrounding current and future fleet fuel challenges, including for diesel policies, are to be highlighted in an ACFO seminar taking place this month.
Skilled fleet and travel managers are key to helping businesses make the shift to technology-driven mobility management.
Telematics data can provide a “very effective” means of encouraging behaviour change among drivers to improve fleet safety.
The rapid pace of change in the fleet sector means company car policy reviews are now “critical” – with “doing nothing” not an option.
Fleet decision-makers still have time to book for ACFO’s spring seminar, which will explore the changing face of vehicle management.
Fleet managers are being urged to register to attend this year ACFO spring seminar, which will explore the changing face of fleet management.
ACFO has launched a new ‘Digital Brief’ initiative to provide members with access to Q&A sessions with industry experts on key issues.
ACFO will put the focus on the fleet challenges involved with new technologies, data usage and compliance at its spring seminar.
ACFO has outlined a five-point plan for fleets to adopt to help comply with the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its impact on fleets is to come under focus at a webinar being hosted by ACFO next week.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) and ACFO have met with Leeds City Council to discuss the city’s future Clean Air Zone at a … Read More »
Providing employees with individual multi-mode mobility cards that could be used to pay for travel is vital to the success of government plans to help introduce … Read More »
Sensible deployment of plug-in hybrid cars to ensure they’re fit for purpose is a must for fleets looking to transition to ULEVs.
Fleets are being warned of the need to carry out whole-life cost analysis before switching away from diesel vehicles as latest research finds almost two third … Read More »
Fleets should ensure they’re set up to gain the maximum benefit for each £1 for mile travelled by offering a full range of mobility options.
Confirmation in last week’s Budget that VED and Company Car Tax (CCT) will continue to be based on computer-generated NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) fuel economy and CO2 … Read More »
ACFO has announced the winners of its annual awards with Skoda and Licence Bureau both making it onto the winners’ rostrum for the first time.