LAPV has been published, read your December 2015 issue now.

LAPV December 2015

Published:  30 November, 2015

LAPV December 2015 has been published. What can you find in this issue?

Phil Clifford comments on topics related to fleet and transport managers, while we explore what the fleet operator recognition scheme can do for local authorities.

Phil Clifford comments on topics related to fleet and transport managers, while we explore what the fleet operator recognition scheme can do for local authorities.

Next Suzanne Phillips provides ten key pieces of advice for obtaining fleet finance.

For our focus on Holder, Ann-Marie Knegt travelled exclusively to Germany to see a new vehicle for multi-use purpose which can be used in any season and for multiple applications.

Scarab has launched two new sweepers, a truck-mounted as well as a compact machine. Steve Banner takes the new Johnston C401 to the test.

Jemma Dempsey explores the differences between Euro VI engines and Stage IIIB regulations, and reveals where the compromise lies for councils.

Tony Richards discusses the latest developments in waste management vehicles and kerbside collection methods. Furthermore, we review new mowing and brush cutting equipment.

And finally Barry Dennis reviews RWM 2015, plus we provide an overview of RWM launches.

Click here or on the cover to read this issue.

What is coming up in LAPV March 2016?

LAPV March 2016

Deadline: February 19, 2016

Special focus:

  • Procurement focus

Technical reports:

  • Fleet and asset finance
  • Waste and recycling vehicles
  • Safety systems and software
  • Weighing systems

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