✔ Reduced contact registration area – either pre-print your badge at home or access via your mobile phone
✔ Licence checking & safety briefing video all online pre-event
✔ Event mostly outdoors – around 95% of the show is outdoors with ventilation and social distancing measures will be in place where necessary
✔ Face masks may be required on entry
✔ Wider walkways – with one-way systems where this is not possible
✔ No handshake policy in place
✔ Contact-free sharing of business details – using technology to capture data
✔ Vehicles to be sanitised between drives
✔ Thorough, enhanced cleaning regime of all public areas – including toilets, information points and features
✔ Seating and meeting areas located outside and spaced out to maintain social distancing
✔ Socially distanced seminar sessions – theatres will be cleaned between sessions and will have strict seating capacities
✔ Hand sanitiser available onsite – on entry to show, at catering points and other higher-traffic areas
✔ Contactless payments only
✔ Attendees asked to bring as little with them as possible – cloakroom facilities are not available
Q: What impact does the delay to Step 4 have on CCIA?
A: Absolutely none. Indoor and outdoor events can take place, with COVID-secure measures in place. This includes business events such as conferences, trade shows, exhibitions, private dining events such as gala dinners and awards ceremonies, and corporate hospitality.
Q: Are there any limits to audience numbers?
A: Yes, outdoor events can take place for up to 4,000 people or 50% of a site or venue’s capacity (whichever is lower). CCIA will welcome up to 500 guests per day, well within Millbrook’s capacity limit.
Q: How else are you looking to safeguard exhibitors and visitors?
A: We will adhere to all legal requirements and take all reasonable action to mitigate risk to public health. This includes reduced contact registration area with face masks required indoors, licence checking & safety briefing video all online pre-event, 95% of the show outdoors with ventilation and social distancing measures in place where necessary, vehicles to be sanitised between drives, thorough enhanced cleaning of all public areas, socially distances seminar sessions and ample hand sanitiser available onsite. Full details - https://www.companycarinaction.co.uk/attend-with-confidence-covid-safety
Q: Do we need to undergo Covid testing before visiting the show?
A: No, but we are encouraging all visitors and guests to order the free government ‘test at home lateral flow tests’ and use prior to visiting the show. All Fleet News event staff will be taking daily tests throughout build up, live days and breakdown.
The event is very informative, allowing fleet decision makers to get up to speed on the latest in innovation, fleet efficiencies, and key fleet operational issues as well as exploring a large range of new products from a wide range of vehicle manufacturers.
If there is any event you’re going to attend make sure it’s CCIA. It’s a great opportunity to test drive new and existing products whilst getting to meet the manufacturer teams to build those relationships.
Fleet Managers now have an unprecedented opportunity to determine which power source in each duty cycle best suits their operation, from both an environmental and economical position.
Excellent day, well run and well attended. Manufacturers were impressive and had the right people there as well as the cars.
The most important driving event in the UK for fleet managers.
Great Event. The best way to compare vehicles back to back.
Very informative event.
Very good event, nice to come back to one place and compare vehicles.
Totally enjoyable event.
Great event to compare cars.
Great range of manufacturers in a relaxed atmosphere.