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Smarter Fleet Operations 2017
Oct 23 – Oct 24 all-day

This event will look to the latest trends and ideas to bring new solutions to ongoing fleet challenges. The up-to-date interactive discussions will delve into the latest telematic and fleet management systems (FMS), CoR changes, ANCAP and Euro NCAP alignment requirements, greener fleet, grey fleet, Preventative Maintenance  strategising, subcontractor management, simplifying fleet operational processes, fatigue management and driver training, remote operations and much more.

Featuring a half-day interactive workshop on Bringing Safety in Fleet Management to the Next Level through Driver Education and Behaviour Management, facilitated by Robert Wilson, Director, 4C Management Solutions.

Expert panelists:

  • Michael Crellin, Manager Chain of Responsibility, National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.
  • Rod Pulbrook, General Manager Asset Management, Transdev Australasia.
  • Michael Sparks, Transport Manager, Department of  Health and Human Services.
  • Felix Ohle, General Manager Logistics, Viva Energy Australia.
  • Jerome Carslake, Manager – National Road Safety, Partnership Program, Australian Road Research Board.
  • Claire Neville, Regional Operations Manager, NZ Bus.
  • Terrance Bickerton, National Manager – Fleet, Australia Post & Star Track.

Transport and Logistics News subscribers are entitled to an exclusive 10% discount* upon registration. Contact Serena Pereira at for more details

For more information or to book your seats, please contact Serena Pereira at  or + 61 292387123

View the full event program here.



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