11 Oct 16

Unique chance to learn about LCV Remarketing from best in business

As any fleet manager will know, managing LCVs is very different from managing cars. And the same goes for the remarketing aspect: because LCVs have a very wide range of specifications, this adds complexity to an already difficult discipline. 

That is why this year’s edition of the Fleet Europe Remarketing Forum will dedicate an entire session to the Remarketing Equation of LCVs.

Join the Remarketing Forum 2016 in Barcelona on 15 November and gain practical knowledge on LCV remarketing that will improve your fleet’s TCO – and raise your profile within your organisation.

The session will comprise a presentation by Jean-Laurent Paris, Managing Director of DEKRA Automotive Solutions, on the conditions and key elements for an effective Remarketing strategy of LCVs; and a presentation by Oliver Marte on the remarketing challenges and specifications for LCVs.

Mr. Marte (pictured) is Senior Manager International Used Van Management & Integrated Customer Solution at Mercedes-Benz Vans HQ in Stuttgart. 
He has been in charge of Used Van Remarketing and International Strategy & Operations since 2014. His remit includes buy-back obligations, service contracts, insurances & remarketing.

In his last project he established the total used commercial vehicle capability for Mercedes-Benz South Africa in a multi-brand environment, including the opening of the first TruckStore retail outlet outside of Europe in 2012.

After the presentations, Messrs. Paris and Marte will be joined by Thomas Johansson, vice president of Modul-System, the racking solutions specialist, for a panel discussion on LCV remarketing. Attendees will also have the opportunity to put their questions to this eminent panel. 

Dont miss this unique opportunity to improve your LCV remarketing skills by learning from the best in the business. Check out the rest of the Remarketing Forum programme, and reserve your spot now, by clicking here

Image: Mercedes-Benz

Authored by: Frank Jacobs