LAPV March 2014 has been published.

Published:  26 February, 2014

LAPV is currently looking for editorial contributions for the June issue. Please contact the editor Ann-Marie Knegt atam.knegt@hgluk.comor call 01935 374001 with story suggestions, case studies or product updates. For advertising enquiries call Jason Pidgeon, 0207 973 4645.j.pidgeon@hgluk.com

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LAPV June 2014

Copy deadline: May 2

Studio: May 6

Print: May 15

Publish: May 22

Special focus: Procurement

A full report on the LAPV vehicle procurement conference, and industry debate.

Technical reports:

RCV focus: an overview of newly launched technology, deliveries, and contracts.

Sweepers: what is new?

Waste handling equipment and earthmovers; round up of equipment

Weighing systems

Efficiency:

Workshop management

Fleet financing options

Vehicle test

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