It’s with great regret we need to inform you that Company Car in Action, due to be held on 10th/11th June at Millbrook, has been cancelled for 2020.
As the situation around the outbreak of Coronavirus has developed, we have listened to the concerns, from all parties, around the health and welfare of our visitors, exhibitors and staff. We have therefore taken the extremely difficult decision to cancel this year’s show.
We have secured the dates for Company Car in Action 2021, Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 June, and we have already started planning for what we expect will be our biggest and best ever fleet test driving event.
Please register your interest for 2021 here, save the date in your diary, and as soon as registration opens again, you’ll be the first to know.
Message from Stephen Briers, Editor-in-chief:
"CCIA 2021 will coincide with the year of the electric vehicle, with more models on the market and supplies no longer restricted, and we expect these cars and vans to dominate the show.
We know you’ll be just as disappointed as us about the cancellation of this year’s CCIA, but you can still have those all-important business discussions with fleets at Fleet & Mobility Live, which takes place on October 6-7 at the NEC in Birmingham. Full detail will be in the April issue of Fleet News and we look forward to discussing with you shortly."
Message from Chris Lester, Event director:
“I am sure that you understand how disappointed we are to cancel our 2020 CCIA event. Cancelling the event is not a decision we have taken lightly, however the safety of our exhibitors, visitors and staff is of paramount importance."
We are still planning confidently for Fleet & Mobility Live taking place in October and feel this will be a great opportunity to bring the industry back together. If you would like further details please visit the website.
We look forward to seeing you in 2021!
The Company Car in Action Team
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.