Headlined by a keynote speech from world renowned space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE
Providing a comprehensive overview of future-focussed developments in technology, regulation, society and public perception, that will have significant impact on operational and strategic activity of logistics business in the next 5-10 years
The conference is a blend of presentations and panel discussions, with Q&A at the end of each session
You can plan your own itinerary and cherry pick sessions particularly relevant for your business and professional interests
The merits of alternative fuels
How to futureproof the supply chain
The future of autonomous deliveries
How van operators can switch to electric vehicles
The future for logistics and freight
Representatives from fleet operators with decision-making purchasing authority or influence on these decisions
Local and central government
Planners and policy makers
Professionals from energy and infrastructure
The first of 2 sessions considering the options for investment in low carbon fuels for HGVs. Our senior panel will discuss: What is gas power most appropriate for, what’s the total cost of ownership and how to fund investment, how mature is the refuelling infrastructure, differences between Hydrogen and Biomethane, range considerations, speed of refuelling and upfront costs for local infrastructure investment.
Logistics UK will outline their new flagship Logistics UK Net Zero Report 2022. This is an in-depth assessment of industry and government progress on the route to Net Zero, including analysis of the key trends and developments affecting logistics.
The second of 2 sessions considering the options for investment in low carbon fuels for HGVs. Our senior panel will discuss: What is battery electric power most appropriate for, what’s the total cost of ownership, when will the infrastructure be there, when is electric the most viable option, when and how to invest in electric, range considerations, speed of refuelling and upfront costs for local infrastructure investment.
The past two years has placed much stress and shock on to global and national supply chains. What do we need to learn in the post covid/post Brexit world, whilst on the road to net zero, to make our people, processes, technology and finances more resilient?
Keynote on decarbonising the UK’s road freight fleet and the future of transport
The low carbon fuel of choice for light commercial vehicles will clearly be electric. With deadlines for the end of sale of fossil fuel powered vehicles rapidly approaching our senior panel will offer their views on when and how is the right time to start to develop and implement your electric van strategy.
What are key criteria you ned to consider on your journey to net zero, and the potential pitfalls to watch out for. Tim will use real world practical examples in his guide to investing in new fuels.
There has been much speculation on the role of autonomous vehicles in revolutionising last mile delivery. Our senior panel will discuss the reality today of automation, sift the fact from fiction, and offer their views on how and when this transformation will take place.