Calor Gas, the UK’s leading supplier of LPG, is calling upon the nations lift truck operators for their feedback on operating lift trucks with different fuel sources. The survey is being conducted in association with RTITB and those who take part are given the chance to win a VIP package for them and two friends to a Barclays Premiership football match of their choice.
The survey takes no more than five minutes and could see the winner watching Manchester United take to the Theatre of Dreams or Chelsea’s title challenge at Stamford Bridge. Lift truck operators simply need to visit www.calor.co.uk/RTITB to take part.
Calor is seeking feedback from the practical experts – the operators themselves – to build up a picture of what it’s like to operate lift trucks of varying fuel sources, day in, day out.
The exact details of the prize are dependent on the game and team chosen, but typical packages include:
– Drinks reception
– Three course pre-match meal
– Inclusive drinks and refreshments throughout the match
– Top-level seats
– Car parking space
Paul Young, from Calor commented: “There is much debate about the advantages and disadvantages for each of the fuel sources lift trucks can operate on. Whilst our tests at Millbrook Proving Ground have demonstrated that LPG emits significantly less particulate matter and CO2* than diesel, as well as providing the 24/7 power and versatility an electric truck simply can’t, we want to find out more about the advantages and disadvantages on a day-to-day level. There really are no better people to ask than those who operate them on a daily basis. We hope the VIP football package encourages as many operators to enter as possible as we can promise the winner a day out to remember.”
The exact package details may vary from as stated above. Every premiership team offers different packages and prices for each are dependent on the teams opposition. The winner will be able to pick three packages, for a team of their choice, with a combined value of no more than £1,000.
* Results confirmed during testing at Millbrook Proving Ground, October 2010, Report No. MBK 10/1034
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