The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) is freezing its membership and training fees for at least a year in the face of high inflation, rising taxes and sluggish growth.

Paul Hollick (pictured), chair at the industry body, said that there was a high level of awareness that both individual and corporate members would be facing increasing financial pressures in the year ahead.

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“Against this backdrop, the AFP board has decided that keeping fees at their current level for the foreseeable future is simply the right thing to do,” he said.

“These are difficult times and we are very much of the mind that, as a not-for-profit organisation that has healthy finances thanks to the considerable success we have enjoyed in attracting a substantial number of members since our formation two years ago, we have a responsibility to support the fleet sector at a practical level.”