Technical & Operational best practice on display at BVRLA forum

The BVRLA’s popular series of forums is back this June, giving subscribers access to key experts that can share details of the latest trends and best practice guidance. The next Technical & Operational Management forum takes place online on Thursday 9 June and offers panels and presentations from industry experts to help drive engaging discussions.

Amanda Brandon, Director of Fleet Services for the BVRLA commented: “Our forums guarantee lively debate and valuable insights. Having Fleet Assist and i247 on board as forum partners strengthens the content for delegates as they hear from experts on the latest market trends. Hosting the forums virtually gives us the chance to get people involved from across the country, giving them crucial access to those in the know.”

Taking place online on the morning of Thursday 9 June, the TOM forum will focus on the impact contract extensions are having on fleet maintenance, adding the latest trend data for operating electric vehicles on fleet too.

Vincent St Claire, managing director of Fleet Assist, said: “We are pleased to be part of the BVRLA Technical and Operations management community. The work we do to share best practice and engage in the latest trends is highly rewarding and enables all members to make more strategic SMR and operational decisions based on the latest data insights.”

Three TOM forums run each year and are accessible to BVRLA members via an annual subscription (pro-rated if joining through the year). In 2022, the programme is supported by Fleet Assist and i247.

Steve Thornton, Commercial Director for i247 Group, added: “It’s clear our sector is evolving at some pace, we’re grateful for the BVRLA and the TOM forums in helping us collaborate with our industry peers and partners, to raise awareness and gain insight on the upcoming challenges. We really enjoy the sessions and the insight is super valuable in helping us shape our future in-life strategies.”

Details of the BVRLA forums can be found online; anybody interested in joining the June forum should contact [email protected]