Society of Operations Engineers: Fuel economy
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
An Independent and Collaborative Approach Methodology and Best Practice
A one-day conference and display focused on commercial vehicle fuel economy.
Aimed at transport engineers, fleet managers and anyone with an interest in managing the fuel economy of commercial vehicles such as vans, trucks, buses and coaches.
Cost per person to attend £95 + VAT (£75 for members of the organisations listed below).
Organised by: IRTE, BTAC, CILT and Freight Best Practice
Supported by: FTA and RHA
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