Editorial contributions required for LAPV March 2014

Published:  10 December, 2013

In LAPV March 2014 we are featuring a range of subjects for which we would like your editorial participation. Please get in touch with the editor,am.knegt@hgluk.com, to discuss your contribution. For organisations that wish to advertise, please contact Jason Pidgeon (j.pidgeon@hgluk.com) 02079734645.

Special focus: Compliance for 2014 – key issues:Whole vehicle type approval explained, procurement and Euro VI

Technical reports:

Euro VI chassis focus

Waste and recycling vehicles

Grounds care equipment

Fleet management software

Utility vehicles

Efficiency:

Keeping service in house or outsourcing?

Vehicle test

Copy deadline: Feb 3

Studio: Feb 14

Print: Feb 21

Publish: Feb 28

Is your product not featured in this list? Don't worry, we are more than happy to discuss any innovative article ideas, new product launches, case studies and other newsworthy developments. Just call Ann-Marie Knegt on 01935 374001.

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