What is an Expert Blog?

FleetPoint’s Expert Blog is the perfect platform for some of the biggest names in the automotive industry to address some of the biggest issues fleet decision-makers face.

Contributors are not only provided with the perfect platform on which to voice their opinion, but they are also given pride of place on our growing panel of experts.

What’s more, all of our Expert Blog submissions are featured on our weekly newsletter, sent to 100,000 fleet decision-makers in the UK.

We welcome submissions from individuals and bodies from across the industry, on a range of relevant topics.

Latest Expert Blogs

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Appointing a specialist procurement company to oversee fleet purchasing could be an expensive mistake

Businesses have been warned to be on their guard against a growing trend to turn to specialist procurement companies when acquiring fleet services only to

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Electric trucks are here to stay but they do require the best charging infrastructure

Electric trucks are suddenly no longer a speck on a far-off horizon. Light- and medium-duty electric trucks are in service now. California-based Thor is demonstrating heavy- and

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How will smart charging be delivered to the customer?

Following our report in December 2018 that government-funded charging points must be smart from July 2019, there has been much discussion and debate within the

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Get Ready for Customs Declaration Service (CDS)

UK businesses undertaking international trade are, right now, understandably focused on Brexit – what declaration documentation changes will be required and what additional resources will

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A Data Driven Approach to Making Electric Vehicles more Profitable

Vehicle fleet managers are at the vanguard of the movement to make the EU’s transport infrastructure more sustainable. According to research, 64% of fleet managers

Specification

  • Neutral and unbiased, without focus on specific companies or products
  • 500 – 1,000 words in length
  • Biography and image of author provided
  • Author agreement to respond to any appropriate reader questions
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