What we will be covering in LAPV March 2013

Published:  12 December, 2012

We are still looking for contributions in editorial and advertising for the next issue of LAPV. For advertising, please contact: Adrian Bradnam ata.bradnam@hgluk.comTel:0207 973 4646.Copy deadline: February 20, 2013.


LAPV March 2013

Special focus:

Commercial vehicle show - new

developments

Technical reports:

Waste and recycling vehicles

Grounds care equipment

Fleet management software

Efficiency savings:

Out sourcing and finance initiatives

For editorial contributions, please contact: Ann-Marie Knegt am.knegt@hgluk.com

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