The BVRLA has published its Annual Review, providing a detailed overview of the association’s work and positive progress made during the turbulent year that was 2021.
The 40-page publication is packed full of members’ views and provides a comprehensive picture of what is available to those who are part of the BVRLA family, including details of the association’s campaigning, learning and development courses, calendar of events, and compliance programme, plus more.
BVRLA Chairwoman, Nina Bell’s comment includes: “With a strength and determination forged in the pandemic-induced adversity of 2020 and early 2021, the BVRLA and its members have continued to tackle a stream of challenges head on this year. The voice of the fleet, rental and mobility services sector has been louder, clearer and more persuasive than ever over the last twelve months.”
BVRLA Chief Executive, Gerry Keaney’s foreword adds: “BVRLA members have always been adaptable, resilient and innovative, traits that have become even more prominent through 2021. I have every confidence that those positives stand the sector in excellent stead going into next year. Alongside this, the BVRLA’s unwavering commitment to supporting members remains, and we look forward to continuing to work closely with our members to drive growth in 2022 and beyond.”
The 2021 Annual Review can be read in full on the BVRLA website.