2021 Future Logistics Conference

Recorded 30 June - 1 July 2021

2021 Future Logistics Conference

Recorded 30 June - 1 July 2021

Future Logistics Conference 2021: HGVs – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels

Day 1, Session 1

Future Logistics Conference 2021: The Power of Data in Transport and Logistics

Day 1, Session 2

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Attracting, Developing, and Retaining Talent in the Transport and Logistics Sector

Day 1, Session 3

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Vans – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels

Day 1, Session 4

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Public Sector Support: What Help Does Industry Need From Government to Achieve Net Zero?

Day 2, Session 1

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Which Business Models Will Succeed in the Future for Logistics and Transport

Day 2, Session 2

Future Logistics Conference 2021: How to Fund the Future: Strategies for Finance, Investment, Risks, and Opportunities

Day 2, Session 3

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Passenger Transport – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels

Day 2, Session 4

Future Logistics Conference 2021: What’s the Reality of Autonomous Vehicles and What’s the Business Model?

Day 2, Session 5

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Future Logistics Conference 2021: What’s the Reality of Autonomous Vehicles and What’s the Business Model?

Day 2, Session 5

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Passenger Transport – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels

Day 2, Session 4

Future Logistics Conference 2021: How to Fund the Future: Strategies for Finance, Investment, Risks, and Opportunities

Day 2, Session 3

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Which Business Models Will Succeed in the Future for Logistics and Transport

Day 2, Session 2

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Public Sector Support: What Help Does Industry Need From Government to Achieve Net Zero?

Day 2, Session 1

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Vans – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels

Day 1, Session 4

Future Logistics Conference 2021: Attracting, Developing, and Retaining Talent in the Transport and Logistics Sector

Day 1, Session 3

Future Logistics Conference 2021: The Power of Data in Transport and Logistics

Day 1, Session 2

Future Logistics Conference 2021: HGVs – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels

Day 1, Session 1

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Day 1

Keynote: Major Tim Peake CMG
10:00:00 –
11:00 am
Tim Peake was the first British astronaut to visit the International Space Station, where his work during Mission Principia inspired millions about the possibilities which space could offer. A former test pilot, he is also a STEM ambassador, schools’ speaker, and best-selling author. His keynote speech will kick off two days of debate and discussions at ITT Hub 2021.
Speakers

Major Tim Peake CMG, Astronaut

HGVs – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels
11:15:00 –
12:15 pm
There are many options for new vehicles being developed, particularly around alternative fuels. This practical session will look at what you need to factor into your decision making before you procure the next set of vehicles that is right for your operation.
Chair
Speakers
  • Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, Zemo Partnership
  • Carlos Rodrigues, Managing Director, Renault Trucks UK & Ireland
  • Lorna McAtear, Fleet Manager, National Grid
  • David Cebon, Director, Centre for Sustainable Road Freight
The Power of Data in Transport and Logistics

Supported by

12:30:00 –
1:30 pm
Data is changing the way we live, work, and manage our businesses, but what role does data play in the freight, passenger, and energy sectors? Our expert panellists showcase and discuss the art of the possible, and what’s around the corner for data driven logistics.
Chair
Speakers
  • Wayne Savill, Director, PTV Group
  • Phil Roe, Chief Customer Officer, DHL Supply Chain
  • Richard Bradley, Head of Strategy, Midlands Connect
Attracting, Developing, and Retaining Talent in the Transport and Logistics Sector
13:45:00 –
2:45 pm
Attracting and retaining talent is essential for the current and future success of all logistics companies. How can you develop the right strategies to attract and keep the best, and compete not just against other companies, but against other industries?
Chair
Speakers
  • Steve Gooding, Director, RAC Foundation
  • Nicola Shaw, President of UK Networks, National Grid
  • Bethany Windsor, Operations Manager, Career Ready Think Logistics and NOVUS
Vans – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels

Supported by

15:00:00 –
4:00 pm
Whilst new electric vans are emerging on to the market there are significant operational challenges around payload, infrastructure, and cost. What path should you be taking on the road to electric vans, and is electric the right path for your company? This practical session will look at what you need to factor into your decision making before you procure the next set of vehicles that is right for your operation.
Chair
Speakers
  • Peter Harris, International Sustainability Director, UPS
  • Gerrit Stumpe, Business Developer eHighway, Siemens Mobility GmbH
  • Tim Campbell, Managing Director, Campbells Consultancy
  • Chris Chandler, Principal Consultant, Fleet Consultancy, Lex Autolease
  • Chris Jackson, Head of Fleet Partnerships, Centrica Business Solutions

Day 2

Public Sector Support: What Help Does Industry Need From Government to Achieve Net Zero?

Supported by

10:00:00 –
11:15 am
Innovation is critical to road transport’s ability to deliver a net-zero future and needs strong collaboration between government and industry. This Keynote session addresses the government policies and other interventions industry requires if it is to deliver the challenging targets ahead.
Chair
Speakers
  • David Wells, Chief Executive, Logistics UK
  • Martin Tugwell, Programme Director, England’s Economic Heartland
  • Graeme Cooper, Project Director – Electric Vehicles, National Grid
  • Adam Simmons, Director Future Road Investment Strategies and Government Relations – Highways England
Which Business Models Will Succeed in the Future for Logistics and Transport

Supported by

11:30:00 –
12:30 pm
The business models of leading businesses have traditionally been built around speed, reliability, customer service and shaving margins. But what business models will be essential in our net-zero future? Will companies need to redesign their strategies and innovate to survive?
Chair
Speakers
  • Buta Atwal, Chief Executive Officer, Wright Bus
  • Rubina Singh, Head of Ideation Delivery, Centrica
  • Simon Barnes, Industry Engagement Manager, University of Kent
  • Dr Russell Fowler, Senior Project Manager, Decarbonisation of Transport, National Grid
How to Fund the Future: Strategies for Finance, Investment, Risks, and Opportunities
12:45:00 –
1:45 pm
What funding is required to fund an environmentally friendly future full of technological innovations? What financial paths are available to meet the investing needs of your businesses and to maximise your return?
Chair
Speakers
  • Hemaxi Bhatt, Programme Lead, Innovation Loans , Innovate UK
  • Philippa Oldham, Stakeholder Engagement Director, Advanced Propulsion Centre
  • Jonas Persson, Head of Sustainability and ESG Finance, Lloyds Bank
  • Glenn Bemment, Head of Strategy Design & Distribution, SME & Mid Corporate Banking, Lloyds Banking Group
Passenger Transport – Future Vehicles and Future Fuels
14:00:00 –
3:00 pm
There are many options for new vehicles being developed, particularly around alternative fuels. This practical session will look at what you need to factor into your decision making before you procure the next set of vehicles that is right for your operation.
Chair
Speakers
  • Rupert Clubb, Chief Officer, Transport for the Southeast
  • Steven Meersman, Founder Director, Zenobe Energy
  • Thomas Tonger, Head of Sales, Daimler Buses
  • Dr Nina Skorupska CBE FEI, Chief Executive, REA
What’s the Reality of Autonomous Vehicles and What’s the Business Model?
15:15:00 –
4:15 pm
If autonomous vehicles are to be adopted in the commercial sector, they need to be safe, reliable, low cost, fit into a complex supply chain, and be liked by customers. We regularly hear that autonomous vehicles are just a few years away, but what’s the reality and what business transformations will they really bring about?
Chair
Speakers
  • Joanna White, Roads Development Director, Highways England
  • Zeyn Saigol, Principal Technologist, Connected Places Catapult (CPC)
  • Mark Cracknell, Head of Connected and Automated Mobility, Zenzic
  • Richard Jinks, VP Commercial, Oxbotica

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