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Conference to show van operators how to transition to zero-emission fleets

As the decarbonisation agenda rapidly gains pace, within the logistics sector van operators will be most affected first.

Expert speakers from across the industry will be presenting at Logistics UK’s Next Generation Van conference in Coventry on Tuesday 9 November to help van operators understand what their business needs to do now to successfully meet the challenges to come in the months and years ahead. 

This free-to-attend event at the Doubletree by Hilton Coventry will provide delegates with a range of practical advice and case studies for van operators. The programme will look at what’s involved with moving your fleet to zero emissions, new vans coming to market, how to grow and attract talent to your workforce, overcoming future safety and security challenges, future proofing your van operations, using autonomous tools in your fleet and how campaigning with Logistics UK can help your business. 

Sponsored by our Van Gold Partners: AA, Bott, Brigade, Hertz, Lex Autolease, Quartix and TVL, the conference will bring together key industry leaders, innovative thinkers, manufacturers and operators to discuss the next generation of vans.


Published On: 07/10/2021 16:00:34


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