The prestigious UK Fleet Champions Awards recognise the achievements of organisations and individuals working to prevent crashes and reduce pollution caused by vehicles used for work purposes.
More than 20 organisations have made the final shortlist to be in with a chance of winning an award, including multiple nominations for British Gas, eDriving, MiX Telematics and Fleetmaster.
Following the success of last year’s ceremony, the winners will once again be announced via a virtual event taking place on Thursday 23 September.
Registrations for the award ceremony are now open, and all safety-conscious fleet organisations are invited to book a place by clicking here: https://globalfleetchampions.org/fleet-champions-awards/uk-fleet-champions-awards/book-a-place/.
Attendance at the awards is free, but corporate packages are also available for organisations to access raffle tickets and to help fund Brake’s vital work supporting road victims and campaigning for safer roads.
Ross Moorlock, Chief Operating Officer at Brake, the road safety charity, said: “We’re massively grateful for all those organisations who have taken the time to enter the UK Fleet Champions Awards this year. These awards recognise and celebrate those organisations and individuals who have gone above and beyond to make our roads safer, healthier places for everyone.
“Congratulations to those shortlisted and we would like to wish you all the very best of luck at the ceremony on 23 September.”
Andy Cuerden, Managing Director, Europe, at eDriving, said: “Congratulations to all those shortlisted. The UK Fleet Champions Awards provide an incredible opportunity for organisations to have their driver safety efforts recognised within the industry and beyond, and making the shortlist is an achievement in itself. Good luck to all.”
Nick Harris, Acting CEO at Highways England added: “Safety is a key imperative for all of us at Highways England and we fully support the invaluable work that Brake do. It is a pleasure to be sponsoring this year’s UK Fleet Champions Awards and seeing so many partners taking road safety so seriously by working hard to protect those driving for business. We wish everyone shortlisted for an award the best of luck”