The City of London
The City of London Corporation is a uniquely diverse organisation. It supports and promotes London as the world’s leading international financial and business centre and attracts new business to the capital and the whole UK. It works in partnership with local communities to increase skills, employment and opportunities for all Londoners, through a range of education and training provision and through the City Bridge Trust, which donates more than £20m to charity annually. It also enhances the capital as a hub of culture, history and green spaces for Londoners – residents, workers, and visitors - with its Barbican Centre, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Guildhall Library and Art Gallery, London Metropolitan Archives and 11,000 acres of open spaces (including Hampstead Heath and Epping Forest). It also looks after five Thames bridges (including Tower Bridge and the Millennium Bridge), the Central Criminal Court at Old Bailey, three wholesale food markets, is London’s Port Health Authority and runs the Animal Reception Centre at Heathrow.
The City of New York - Fleet
NYC Fleet manages the largest municipal fleet in the United States, with over 30,000 units including police, fire, sanitation, transportation, parks, environmental protection, correction, and fifty total fleet operating agencies. NYC Fleet is implementing Mayor de Blasio’s NYC Clean Fleet and Vision Zero initiatives for sustainability and safety. Fleet also implements shared servicing and procurement across agencies, emergency preparedness for fleet and fuel, and daily fleet operations involving 2,000 fulltime fleet staff, 80,000 fleet operators, over 100 garage locations, and 420 fuel sites. NYC partners with a wide variety of public, non-profit, and private organizations to promote best practices in fleet locally and more broadly. Our most exciting partnership is with our local public automotive high schools where we provide paid internships, training and other support. Fleet hosts two major events each year, a fleet show in May and a safety forum in November.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) in the UK is the membership organisation for professionals involved in the movement of goods and people and their associated supply chains.
Established in 1919, The Institute is a registered charity and part of the CILT international family with 33,000 members in countries across the world.
CILT’s mission is to add value to individual and corporate members by enhancing their knowledge, careers, and businesses by setting, supporting and delivering professional standards and education whilst promoting logistics, transport and their associated supply chains to society as a whole.
Members enjoy unrivalled Connection opportunities, a Professional Voice, Professional Recognition and Personal Development
LAPV (Local Authority Plant and Vehicles) is the only UK information source purely dedicated to local authority vehicles and affiliated plant equipment. Appearing four times a year, it offers well-researched technical articles on the latest equipment/technology as well as in-depth interviews with key industry professionals.
The City of London Police
The City of London Police fleet consists of approximately 96 vehicles all of which will operate within the new Ultra Low Emissions Zone coming into force in London from April 2019. We also form part of the National Association of Police Fleet Managers (NAPFM) which includes Fleet Manager’s membership from all UK police forces and a combined fleet size of over 43,000 vehicles. NAPFM was established as a core enabler to effective operational policing and it has provided a structured forum to share and develop leading practice. The NAPFM hold bi-annual conferences and host an annual emergency services exhibition. The Association have sub-committees in areas covering Procurement, Technical and Benchmarking delivering efficiencies and cashable savings through supporting the Collaborative Law Enforcement Procurement (CLEP) programme. CLEP focus on delivering collaborative procurement savings across a number of spend categories through standardisation, aggregation and collaborative management of contracts and suppliers.