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Association of Fleet Professionals launches webinar on Covid-19

Date: 18 June 2020   |   Author: Illya Verpraet

The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) will be holding a webinar looking at the impact of Covid-19 on fleet management.

It will be its first webinar since forming as a new organisation from the merger of Acfo and ICFM. 

The webinar will be held via Zoom on 15 July, from 9.30 to 11.00, and will be hosted by Julie Summerell of TR Fleet. Seakers will include deputy chair Stewart Lightbody, who will provide an analysis of how the virus has affected the sector, and Paul Brown, fleet manager of Stericycle.

Paul Hollick, co-chair of the AFP, will also take some time to explain the Association's new committee structure and the operation of its training academy.

Hollick commented: "This is the first major event we have organised since the formation of the AFP earlier this year and we will be using it to examine the ways in which Covid-19 has affected almost every aspect of fleet management as well as how it is likely to play out in the future.

"We will also be detailing the work that has been completed over the last few months to build the infrastructure of the AFP, looking at the committees we are in the process of creating and how our training operations are now working.

"We're really looking forward to engaging with as many fleet professionals as possible, discussing some of the most urgent fleet issues of the moment and swapping best practice ideas on how we are all approaching them."

The webinar is open to all, and people can register by contacting the AFP Admin Centre on