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Busy transport managers alert! Logistics UK Virtual Transport Manager conference to return in November


To enable transport managers across the country to take advantage of the information and guidance provided by its renowned Transport Manager conferences, even if they are unable to attend in person, Logistics UK will once again be holding a virtual version of the events, to take place on 10 November 2023. 

First held during the height of the pandemic in 2020, Virtual Transport Manager will cater for those who cannot travel to an in-person event, whether due to location, time or business pressures.  

The virtual one-day conference will follow a similar format to the in-person events currently being held around the country and will provide the information and guidance on legislation which the industry-leading conferences are renowned for.  

“We already have over 1,500 bookings for this year’s Transport Manager conferences, but we appreciate some people are unable to attend in person for one reason or another,” said Kate Jennings, Logistics UK’s Director of Policy,  

“However, it is still important for transport managers to ensure they keep up to date with the latest compliance and regulatory information. As with the in-person events, Virtual Transport Manager 2023 will provide all the briefing information they need.”  

This year’s Virtual Transport Manager event will take place online on 10 November, with in-person events already under way at venues around the country until 30 November 2023.   

To find out more and to book a place, priced at £335 plus VAT for Logistics UK members and £435 plus VAT for non-members, please visit https://logistics.org.uk/transport-manager.  

Discounts are available for subsequent delegates if booked at the same time. 

This year, the event series is sponsored by Brigade Electronics, BP, Weightmans and WTW. 

Published On: 19/10/2023 14:30:00

 

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