Fleet Engineer

Wednesday 19th June | British Motor Museum, Warwickshire

Date announced for Logistics UK's Fleet Engineer 2024!


This year the event will focus on the preparation needed to evolve your maintenance environment for highly technical and alternatively fuelled vehicles. Including what this will mean to the workshops and the staff that work in them.


Our strong programme of speakers will give a well-rounded view from manufacturers, industry experts and government, along with the chance to network with like-minded professionals within the industry.


Key topics include:

  • An overview of the working of Fuel Cell technology and how its a viable alternative to BEV. 
  • Making the most of Auditing. 
  • Training for today and tomorrow. 
  • Enforcing and meeting the challenges of autonomy. 


Speakers include:

  • Kevin Rooney, Traffic Commissioner
  • Lawrence Thurbin, Head of Trials and Licensing, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), Department for Transport.
  • Owen Jenkins, Engineering Manager, BPW. 
  • Chris Powell, Prinicpal Associate, Weightmans. 
  • Neil Barlow, Head of Vehicle Policy & Engineering, DVSA. 


Phil Lloyd, Logistics UK’s Head of Engineering Policy:


“Keeping up to date with the developments of modern vehicle technology is becoming increasingly challenging for commercial vehicle engineers – and there is more to come as technology continues to advance at a rapid rate.  Logistics UK’s Fleet Engineer event is designed to provide operators and their maintenance providers with all the information they need to keep modern fleets compliant, as well as sharing insight into the future of vehicle design and autonomous driving.  The event is a must-attend for anyone with responsibility for specifying commercial vehicles, ensuring roadworthiness, compliance and/or maintaining vehicles – so if that’s you, then why not come and join us?”

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Each session provided good information which kept me up to date with relevant transport news.

I found the whole seminar excellent. Good choice and the speakers, came over very well giving us good information on the lastest technology, whats out there and coming in the future. 

Excellent, clear and concise presentations by people who know their subject.



Ticket Prices:

Member: £295 + VAT

Non member: £340 + VAT



British Motor Museum, Banbury Road, Gaydon, Warwickshire, CV35 0BJ


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