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Registration is now open for ITT Hub 2022!
Transport professionals interested in stealing a glimpse at the future direction of their industry are being urged to register for the free-to-attend ITT Hub conference and exhibition on 11 and 12 May 2022.
Following last year’s successful inaugural event – the largest show of its kind in 40 years – this year’s conference will be held once again at the state-of-the art Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre.
EXHIBITION AND DRIVING EXPERIENCES
More than 160 exhibitors are expected to pack out the huge exhibition hall, showcasing an astonishing array of high-tech products and services, including DAF Trucks, Renault Trucks, Volta Trucks and Ford. An expanded indoor exhibition hall will host a Cold Chain Hub by TCS&D, Energy Hub, Talent Hub and EV Cafe. Outside there will be Ride & Drive experiences where visitors can sample first-hand the latest vehicle technology, much of it powered by alternative fuels.
“2021 was a great show for many reasons, especially showcasing our products and meeting people again after a long absence,” said Carlos Rodrigues, MD, Renault Trucks, “We are already excited about returning to an even bigger ITT Hub in 2022, with more of our latest developments.”
SPEECHES, DEBATES AND DISCUSSIONS
Alongside the exhibition, Logistics UK will be running its own two-day conference – Future Logistics 2022. This will consist of keynote speeches from senior figures in science and government, panel debates on future fuels for HGVs and vans, and discussions on future proofing the supply chain and sifting the fact from the fiction on automated last-mile deliveries. Logistics UK will also use the conference to launch its eagerly awaited Logistics Environmental Report.
IMPRESSIVE LINE-UP OF SPEAKERS
Kevin Green, Marketing and Communications Director, Logistics UK, said: “We have an exciting and highly topical conference programme prepared for this year’s ITT Hub event, along with an impressive line-up of high-profile speakers drawn from the automotive, energy, finance and academic sectors.
“With decarbonisation and automation high on the agenda, the logistics sector is currently going through an accelerated phase of change. This is a unique opportunity to hear from a broad range of thinkers and decision makers, all experts in their fields, and gain useful insights into the industry’s fast-paced direction of travel in the coming years as it transitions to net zero.”
Published On: 20/01/2022 16:00:26