16 Nov 18

10th edition of Fleet Market in Warsaw

The site of the FSO factory that once churned out people’s cars is being prepared to welcome the tenth edition of Fleet Market, a car show that will display around 200 passenger cars and LCVs. Fleet Market is also holding panel debates where the most important changes on the Polish market will be discussed.

The event, which will take place on 21 November in the new Global Centre, will unveil a series of cars in Poland for the first time: Audi Q3, KIA ProCeed, Lexus ES and UX, Renault Kadjar, SEAT Tarraco, Toyota Camry, Volvo V60 and many more.

Fleet Market is an event that brings together representatives from the SME sector as well as from large international companies, who can find everything they need to manage their cars in one place. Apart from the exhibition of around 200 cars, Fleet Market is also a platform to exchange knowledge in the field of legal and taxation, issues related to the purchase of company cars, electric mobility or remarketing.

Changes in legislation

During the Fleet Market conference panel, experts from law firms, leasing companies and representatives of independent organisations will take on the most important changes that are expected for the Polish market. The Polish government has yet to sign these changes into law but it is very likely this will indeed occur.

This year, Fleet Market celebrates its tenth edition. “Years ago, we started with an event organised in a hotel, where several hundred participants took part. We are currently celebrating the tenth edition and the Fleet Market fair gathers thousands of business representatives from all over Poland,” said Małgorzata Mikołajczyk, director of the Fleet Market. “Thinking about the further development of Fleet Market, we decided to change the location to the newly built Global Expo. A modernly equipped facility, a larger exhibition space provided by the center and convenient access for both guests from outside the capital and Warsaw were the main arguments that appealed for this change.”

Authored by: Benjamin Uyttebroeck